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The 2010 Hourglass Yearbook 

Wilmington High School 

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Wilmington, Massachusetts 



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Yearbook Dedication 

Class History 

Senior Section 

Senior Photos 

Baby Photos 

Superlatives 
Events Section 

Junior Prom 

Homecoming 

Spirit Week 

SADD Dance 

Mr. & Miss WHS 

Thanksgiving 

Seniors vs. Faculty 

Talent Show 
Faculty and Underclassmen Section 

Faculty Photos 

Junior Photos 

Sophomore Photos 

Freshman Photos 
Varsity Sports Section 

Football 

Cheerleading 

Soccer 

Field Hockey 

Volleyball 

Cross Country 

Golf 

Wrestling 

Basketball 

Hockey 

Indoor Track 

Clubs Section 

Parent Ads 

Credits 



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You have made it! Your 
journey started many years 
ago, and along the way you 
have been able to witness 
tremendous change in the 
world as well as on the home 
front. During your four years 
at WHS, you have seen the impact of global financial collapse as 
well as the ever increasing speed of technological advances. 

Each time a group of seniors graduates, I wonder about the future 
impact they will have. Your group is no different except that you 
have witnessed so much change in a short amount of time. As 
you move on, it will be up to you to gain a broad understanding of 
everything around you. You'll have to wonder if global warming is 
real, if oil will really run out, and if technological advances will ever 
slow down. My guess is that you will be motivated to create huge 
change that will create a positive future for us all. 

The memories you have created have been great ones and will 
be talked about for years to come. The talent displayed on the 
field and courts, in concerts and on the stage have raised the 
bar high for future WHS students. You came to play and always 
played hard. I was proud to be part of your celebrations, each 
and every one of them. 

Thank you for making WHS a great place everyday. Your unselfish 
contributions have been the backbone of WHS. Through good 
times and tough times, we always worked together to make things 
alright for everyone. You are the only limit on the rest of your life. 
Dream, learn, live, love and do it all at 110 percent! Thank you for 
the lessons you have taught me. I will miss you all! 

— Mr. Tracy 



Hourglass Yearbook 



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The 2010 Hourglass Yearbook Staff dedicates 
this book to this year's retiring staff. 




Mr. Michael Nee, Assistant Principal 

Mr. John Wood, Science Teacher 

Barbara Bishop, Guidance Secretary 

With over fifty years of service to the Wilmington 
community between them, these three individuals 

have touched the lives of thousands of students 
during their time with us. The entire yearbook staff 

would like to wish these three the best as they 
"graduate" with the Class of 2010! 

je>u Ve Jl^we Vcere b~V WHS! 




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The Class of 2010 began its high school 
journey determined to make a difference at 
WHS and in the community. Recognizing 
that it was their time to get involved this 
class of rising stars set out to achieve its 
goals with determination and enthusiasm. 
For the past four years the Class of 2010 
was lead by a group of hardworking class 
officers and advisors who organized and 
orchestrated several different fund raisers 
and entertaining events. Being a class of 
diverse talents, students contributed to 
many areas both inside and outside the 
walls of Wilmington High School. 

It was August of 2006 when the Class of 
2010 arrived at WHS excited and nervous, 
but eager to make a name for themselves. 
Getting right to business they elected their 
class leaders: Randi Davis as President, 
Kyle Bernardo as Vice President, Liam 
Gately as Secretary, and Caleb Rogers as 
Treasurer. Additionally Amanda Hollenbeck 
was appointed as Public Relations officer 
and Cole Carter as Club Liaison. They 
had no problem adjusting to the hectic but 
exciting life of high school. Demonstrating 
school spirit during Spirit Week and at the 
Pep Rallies, joining clubs, and playing 
sports, the class excelled, winning the 
coveted President's Cup. With the help 
of class advisors, Miss Kassin and Mrs. 
Hooper, the class co-sponsored two highly 
successful fund raisers - The Spring Fling 
and The Talent Show. Their confidence and 
ability to meet challenges demonstrated that 
the Class of 2010 could and would make a 
difference at school and in the community. 

As Sophomores, they were no longer at the 
bottom of the ladder. The Class of 201 had 
gained some knowledge and experience 
and was ready to get more involved at 
WHS. They chose Katia Reilly as their 
new class President and re-elected Kyle 
Bernardo, Liam Gately, and Caleb Rogers 
to their previous positions while Amanda 
Hollenbeck and Cole Carter were once 
again appointed Public Relations Officer and 
Club Liaison. There was also a change in 
the school's administration as Ms. Deacon 
joined the WHS staff as the new Assistant 
Principal. In the fall the class joined in the 
celebration when the Red Sox won the 
World Series for the second time in four 
years. Since joint fund raisers seemed to 
work for them, they helped to run the Mr. 
and Miss WHS contest which was held with 
the Class of 2008. With the charismatic Tom 
Barry as host, the event drew a large crowd 
and was quite successful. Academically 



the Class of 2010 was challenged by the 
dreaded Sophomore research project, 
and the state of Massachusetts decided 
to add another MCAS requirement. Some 
took the Technology MCAS while others 
took the Biology MCAS. The Spring Fling 
held in April was a popular dance, and the 
class had no problem selling tickets for this 
fundraiser. Another very popular event was 
the Talent Show that they co-sponsored 
again with Expressions. The show had a 
record number of gifted contestants and 
attendants. Dana Ferranti won first place 
with his amazing juggling act. Additionally, 
the class sold flowers for the seniors to give 
to their parents at graduation. The class 
officers were already planning for future fun 
as they booked the Hillview Country Club 
for Junior Prom and the Danversport Yacht 
Club for Senior Prom. 

Junior year was a time for change. As 
the country elected Barack Obama as its 
first black president, the Class of 2010 
elected four new class officers: Olivia Fuller 
as President, Jackie Fitzpatrick as Vice 
President, Laurel Pickett as Secretary, 
and Cole Carter as Treasurer. Amanda 
Hollenbeck remained the Public Relations 
officer and Katia Reilly served as a Class 
Representative. Hosted by Cole Carter 
and Shannon Jones, the Mr. and Miss 
WHS competition was the first fundraising 
event of the year. Steph Weymouth won 
the crown for Miss WHS when she and 
her friends entertained the crowd with 
their hip hop Fresh Prince of Belair skit 
while Kevin Flanagan ('09) won the honor 
of Mr. WHS. As in years prior, the event 
drew a large crowd who cheered on the 
contestants. Once again the Class of 2010 
sponsored a sell out Talent Show in the 
spring showcasing musicians, singers, 
dancers and more. They also got involved 
with the annual Prom Fashion Show this 
year by sponsoring a raffle. Alicia Days, 
Katelyn Hayes and Jaqui Lyman led the 
Junior Prom Committee as it planned and 
organized an unforgettable night of dancing 
and good times at the Hillview Country 
Club. Junior Prom King and Queen were 
Cole Carter and Steph Kelly. In addition to 
all of these events, members of the class 
were actively involved in school clubs 
and community organizations. Many of 
the Class of 2010 athletes made Varsity 
sports teams and contributed to successful 
seasons for football, basketball, hockey, 
soccer, baseball, softball and lacrosse. Not 
only did they prove themselves in sports 
but in the classroom as well - with thirty 



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six juniors were inducted into the National 
Honor Society. They finished Junior Year 
by electing class officers Olivia Fuller, 
Jackie Fitzpatrick, Cole Carter and Sarah 
Choi. Amanda Hollenbeck and Katia Reilly 
remained as Public Relations Officer and 
Class Representative. 

The first three years of high school flew 
by and suddenly it was Senior Year for the 
Class of 2010. Dedication and hard work 
paid off for the class as they excelled in all 
areas and made their presence known to 
the community. It was also time to focus 
on college, and the Class of 2010 spent 
many hours visiting schools and filling out 
applications. The senior costumes and 
decorations for Spirit Week were incredible, 
winning accolades from teachers and even 
Mr. Tracy. The seniors were a force to be 
reckoned with this year as many of the 
Varsity sports teams enjoyed successful 
seasons. Topping off a great season, the 
football team beat arch rival Tewksbury in 
the annual Turkey Day game. The boys 
soccer team went undefeated in the regular 
season behind the strong goal tending of 
Marty Bamberg and tough defense of Colin 
Foley and Gott Saenchandi. The Field 
Hockey team surprised everyone by their 
marked improvement and a winning record 
that qualified them for the state tournament 
- the first time since 2003. Sporting dyed 
black hair, the girls gave it their all in post 
season play. During the winter sixteen 
talented seniors made the boys hockey 
team. We watched with excitement as 
Dan Cushing and company plowed over 
opponents going undefeated in the regular 
season before dying their hair bright pink for 
the post season. Girls and boys basketball 
had respectable seasons, qualifying for post 
season play too. In December, the Town 
Crier named Caleb Rogers and Brittney 
McLaughlin athletes of the year. And while 
no seniors won the titles of Mr. and Miss 
WHS, the event was still a huge success 
for the class. The drama club chose a 
production called Songs for a New World 
where several seniors including Katie 
Adley and Steph Weymouth gave stand out 
performances. The Class of 2010 was very 
aggressive with fundraising, sponsoring 
many repeat events while adding several 
new ones. The Prom Fashion Show was 
tons of fun for all, and it got everyone 
psyched for the prom season. Several 
seniors performed in the annual talent show 
including a surprise appearance by Brendan 
Mooney who took second place with his 

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Class History continued... 

hysterical comedy routine. In the midst of 
all this fun, a handful of seniors participated 
in the school's accreditation process by 
making presentations to the NEASC visiting 
team, and teachers and administration 
applauded them for a job well done. A 
memorable Senior Prom at Danversport 
Yacht Club on May 7th and several fun 
senior events capped off a fantastic final 
year for the Class of 2010. 

As the high school journey for the Class 
of 2010 comes to an end, many have 
confidence that these stars will continue 
to rise following graduation. Their 
achievements and successes have made an 
impact on Wilmington High School and the 
community. In the past four years, members 
of the Class of 2010 have grown into caring, 
responsible adults who are accountable 
for their actions and possess the attributes 
required to be the innovators for tomorrow. 
They leave WHS with fond memories and 
the knowledge and courage required for 
embracing the future. To the graduates of 
the Class of 2010... 




"Live as if you'll die today, 
Dream as if you'll live forever.' 



—Written by 2010 Class Officers 

Olivia Fuller, President 

Jackie Fitzpatrick, Vice-President 

Sarah Choi, Secretary 

Cole Carter, Treasurer 




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These four years flew by. Thanks to 

family and friends for everyth.ng. 
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I want to thank my family and all my 

friends for the past 4 years, you guys are 

the best. You know who you are ). Before 

high school, I always cons idered myseK 

a one-man wolf pack. Now after these 

past 4 years, I can see my woW pack has 

grown to a much larger wolf pack. 



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Christian R. Blaise 

Blaza 

the kid who 
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definitely remember m r dumsy 
stupid, embarrassing, an b er 

me because 1 stoou rerne mber 

^n^fumtall around". Have a 
chanCet ° b Tssed future. 



Allison B/eier 

Allie B 

A s Pecial thank* * n 

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, T hanks to all Z SI™ Su PPort. 

b j9 there forme, n S ° ra,Wa ys 
done th/s W ,S ' COu,d n ot have 

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Michelle Bortone 

Thepasffourye-have^^ 

f a S t and thanks to m yP eUh rough 
M arissa who he^ed^g wn0 nave 
,. Th anks to aU my X n utnaving fun 





Bernardo 



constant support^- * apd guys 

love you Q^^Uh you guys 
'Td rather act crazyw y „ 

than act normdw^ rie8 , 

Thank \ V:rThese 9 p-st^uryears 
Wildcats!! <3T^seP f20l0 . 

wentb yway^ast <3 



Kyle Bernardo 

Bernie 

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Nicole Bicneler 



Thank you Mom, Dad, and Elyce for 

supporting me through the years. 

Friends <3 thanks for always being 

there These 4 years have gone by 

so fast! Mr. Dilmore, thanks for being 

such a wonderful teacher and friend to 

me since 4th grade. 




Jerene Boudreau 



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Nicholas Michael Boutoures 

Nick, Boots 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Matt, Allie and all 
my friends for the support through the 

years. Had some great times .n this 

school 1 will never forget them. Great 

memories with the golf and baseba 

teams throughout the years too .~J „ 
opportunity doesn't knock, bu.ld a door. 

wy - Anonymous 




Julie Braid 



Thank you Mom, Dad, & Alicia for 

always being there for me throughout 

the years. To all my friends, old and 

new, thank you for all the lau 5 hs and 

memories. These past yeare would 

not have been the same without them 

Soccer girts it's been a great run. <3 ' 

We do not remember days; we 

remember moments." ' 




Amy Brule 




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Jacob Briere 

Jake 

sisters, and my fnen^ u Ore bea V. ng 

Soccer was always tu . sQ 

Masco and No* An^ e £ ame . Great 

year guys. Thante t ting this 

coachCh l F Tdt g^ss that's >t. 

50 ^odluck to everyone 



Miles Brooks 



Christina Brown 





We've all worked so hard to get to this 
point, and it's finally here. I cou dn t 

have done it without my amazing family 
and friends. They have helped me 
through it all, and I can't thank them 

enough. It is sad that it is over, but 
"Every story has an end. But in lite, ^ 
every ending is just a new beginning. 



Jessica Burke 



p . Uve - Laugh. Lovp 
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or ^ 010 -we made it! 



Evan Butters 



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Thank you mom, dad, & michael for 

everything you've done for me. Whs 

Cheering- love you girls, unforgettable 

. times. Good luck class of 2010- "And 

-n the end, it's not the years in your life 

that count. It's the memories you make 
during those years." EB<3 




Cole Carter 



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but a man of vawe. ^ 

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Chris Cazeau 

Caz, Baby C 

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Jacqueline Carbone 

Jack Jack, Jack Attack 



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my family and fr^d ^ , worK s out 
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Thanks Mom, Dad, Deirdre. Friends 
love you guys. Can't believe it's finally 

over! Well like the bald guy says 

I'm outa hea. =) 




Matthew Celeste 

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"Soitgoes."--KurtVonnegut 



Christopher P. Cieplik 

CC, Cristobal 

Thank you to my family and my 

friends for the support these last 4 
years. I love you guys. Congrats and 

flood luck WHS Class of 2010 
I have a simple philosophy- Fill 
what's empty. Empty what's full 
Scratch where it itches." 
-Alice Longworth 

"I can do all things through Christ 
who strengthens me." Phil 4:13 




Alexandra Naomi Copp 

a/ex, acopp, copp 

H7ach thank you so 
Mom Dad and Zaw. To my 

mucMor always ^g^^ 

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Brian Coutu 

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everything. TnesTp^' and J/ " ** 
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Elizabeth Cranneii 

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Sarah Catherine Colosimo 

San, Sarafina, Colo, Sabs 

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Kyle G. Creedon 

Cerel, Creedon 

^ayssupp 9 rZ^ / yearSand ^ 
<e h v ' n and Dan, thanks n'f. y ° U botb - 

for a '' the memories r dSthanks 



Andrew Crispin 



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Thank You To Everyone. 

Stay Classy, People. 

"He Not Busy Being Born 

Is Busy Dying" 






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Chris John Crowley 

Crowley 

I would like to thank the acadamy 

for having my back. My mom and 

dad for believinging me. And all my 

friends for being there. 




Katelyn Daley 

Kate, Katie 

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of 9010 it's been real 
daSS „ting»n forever! 



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Randi Davis 

Ranny, Randizzle, Ray Randeezy 

G °odluck ,'n the ^ '' ? ss you all! 
a '^ays being theref o r ^ th anks for 

*>" were to j/ ve f^er ** " 
"Mahatma Gandhi 



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Thanks mom and dad for all you've 
done for me so far; I wouldn't be the 

same without you.. .To ail my friends 
we've had some good times these past 
4 years. Always remember... 'When Me 
gives you apples skin em; an eat em! 




Alicia Days 

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Ceara K. Dembowski 

Cee 

Plaved Softball 4 years, Field Hockey 

$3 years. Member of the National 
Honor Society for Junior and Se-or 
vears. To Mom & Dad, thanks for an 
of vour love and support. To my best 

to miss you guys. 




Ryan J. Derian 

terian, Ry, Ryan Der R yan 

Thanks to my family for all the support 

throughout the years. I love you all 
To my f ri ends, you know who you are 

thanks for all the good memories ' 
See ya later Bran Flakes" 




Vanessa Ann Dotnond 

Nessa 



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"Even through college, I will 

remember the tun times I had at this 

school, with my friends and brothers. 

The great memories we had and 
shared, even through the worst. I 

wish all of you to be successful 

throughout your lives and do the best 

o your abilities!" To my Bestfr.ends 

SS R.D,S.D,B.T,A.F always keep 

in touch and Fun Times Together! 



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Pat Fahey 



lm finally gone.tho i am gunna miss 

the few trully real people i met. but 

always remember There's gon' be 

some stuff you gon' see that's gon' 

make it hard to smile in the future. But 

through whatever you see, through all 

the rain and the pain, you gotta keep 

your sense of humor. You gotta be 

able to smile through all this stuff 

Remember that. 



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Bryan Fennelly 

The Boss man, Fenway 



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Thanks to all my friends, family, and 
teachers I have come to know. To 

all those who have managed to stay 

interesting, creative, and kind people 

in WHS: thank you. Will always 

remember the good times in band, 

tennis, at friends' houses, making 

music laughing.... "Try to become 

notamanofsuccess,buttry : atherto 

become a man of value. -At 




Kevin Flaherty 

Thanks Mom Dan , 
Me 'an/eforvourc Lance - and 

^ Wends Joe a n T o o ankstoa '' 

V direction y 0u choose" 
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Andrew David Flood 

Carl Jr. 

-Whenever I meet dynamic sensible 
Americans, I notice they all seem 
to share a single characterise, the 
inability to experience the kind of 
Jnd-blowing, transcendent romantic 
relationship they perceive to be a 
normal part of living. And someone 

needs to take the fall for this So 
instead of blaming no one for this 

(which is cowardly) or blaming 

everyone (which is meaningless), I m 

going to blame John Cusack. 



Kristen Fogarty 

Kfogz 



Thank you so much Mom, Dad and 
Michael (for all the love and support you 
have given me throughout the years- 1 

wouldn't be where .am today without 

you. To all my friends - You are all 
amaz,ng and I'm so lucky to have each 

one of you in my life. 

Take what you can from your dreams, 

make them as real as anything" Good 

luck Class of 2010! 





Brittani French 

Britt, B.French, Frenchy 

a* i am so grateful 
To my lamiW & We "S:and Hove you 
T to have you * «^ e ^(ne who 
all. You've he ped . rne *> ^ n 

Tarn and P°^ e * ™ b e Good luck 

everyone! The P wne reonthe 

to pe does e*^ ofKi faith, and 
otherSlde nd the heartache and ear 

belief, beyonc the ^ Tree H »U 
f what life has. 



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everything • J^^ an aWu^ 
has made high schoo comfort 

Seniors- "May ^™ 9 J,en sadness 
on difficult fV^r^s your lips, 
intrudes, laugM* » see , patience 
beauty for your e y es ndlove to 

t0aC 1oCeteVOurl«e." I 








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James Foley 



Flo, 



Collie 



doneitW,th nreaTrnemoneswithmy 

S °r n T h ank" for everything guys- 
Wends. Thanks' 



Brendan Fullerton 



Daniel Folk 

Dan, Danny, Folky 

after high school wTh ,h0pe, 'fe 
Le ad, follwiorJ? ' Ce " 








Sean Furlong 

Fur; Furry Furl^F^zy^Qua^ 

rtv m going to 

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Samantha Galasso 

Sam 

It's been a long journey and it has 
finally come to an end Thanks oal 

my closest friends and my family tor 

pushing me to be where I am today. 
Uveyourlife and never have reges. 

Follow your dreams and never let 
anyone or anything bring you down. 



Liam Gately 



My time spent here hasn't always been 

he most fun but there have been a 

oof memories. I'd like to think that 

I ve been friendly with most people 

a " d ': ,s f h ^' of you luck in the future 

Th i ?" PUttin9 U P with ™, guys ' 

Thanks Mom and Dad. Tommy Craiq 

's a sieve. Keep it real 




Ashley Gonzalez 

Ash, Gonz 

Y °"r dreams are r w, "'" mis s you 
/"« reach ou, and l?,!" ,he "'"d 

'"<* to everyone! °° d 



Lauren Griffin 







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Denis Gingras 

thanks to all m. < ■ 

fo ^year S P h P e° r e throu 9^y 




Nolan Giroux 

Nolle, Satchel 



Julie Gustafson 



Laurence Harrington 



' ■"-mr n mi 

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To all my boys you know who you are. 

Thanks for all the good times and 

getting me through my four years at 

school. Mom and Dad, thanks for 

being behind me throughout my school 

career, it meant a lot to me and i 

couldn't have done it without you. 






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So happy im finally getting out of here, 
had some funny times during my four 
vears here. I just want to thank mom, 

Y dad and all my friends who helped 
m d eout during school. Cant forget the 
hockey team great times all four years 




Stefanie M. Hartka 

Steff, Steffie, Rainbow, Dinosaurs 

M a nnVT ^ ERY0NE! For everything. 
I don t th.nk I would have survived this 

year without you-! Never gonna forget 
any of you! I've never been prouder to 

say you guys are my friends! You know 
who you are!! <3:. Don't miss me too 

much! :P Careful with those carriagesii 




Amanda HoUenbeck 

*oniOi Convicts, 

CongratS , C norid°l vU -1 9^ e KS 
rolorguard, Ronaa, cF KS) 

U2 concert, Krypto^ * oods , Flip 
%,NBwannabe o Wch| AcE) 

ceramics, ugw bE e what you 

- anU ° batata (no worries) 




Dan/e/le M . Johnston 

Jf^Dann,, Johnny, DJ 

be cause they are COn X the,r Nation 

Sec "% conZml° n a d ^ ned t0 a "fe of 
a " <* which mav Ln Conse ^at/sm 

**<* of m/nd %P?r ^ tfve one ' 
mor o dangerous n t H a ' ,ty noth ''ng Is 

than a se cure future. 



jetfrey KannaHy 




nar) jenn, 
Justin, and all of my heyeats . 

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Kate 





Katherine Lorraine Hill 

Katie 



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years, throug ^ f°« { ^.\>\\ 
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for some great season • Remember , 



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dre ^ of ownlo m ° f d/ffici % % 



Sean Keane 

SKeane 

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Shannon E»zf*h Keetey 

CBear, ShayShay 



-The only people for me are the 
m ad ones, the ones who are md to 

live mad to talk, mad to be savea, 

desirous of everything at the same 

time the ones who never yawn or 

sava commonplace thing, but burn, 

bum buTlike fabulous yellow roman 

the stars... "--Jack Kerouac 



Patrick Kelley 

Pat, Pat-rick, Ricky, Pretty Ricky 

I can't believe we are finally done with 
high school. High School has had its 
ups and downs but overall its been fun 
want to thank my friends, family, and' 
teachers for helping me through these 
years I have spent here. Now off to the 
real world! Are you picking up what I'm 
putting down? 



PBear.you 



II always be my best friend. 




Dennis Landry 



Christopher Laquidara 




Matt Larffarello 

Michael Myers, Porkchop, Roderigo 



«I T om ' Dad ' and Mlk e for 

everythmg that you guys have done 

Shout outs to all my friends, these past 

^ U Sen aV M been 9 ° 0d and ™™ 
in hfw Man V 9reat times to come 
m the future. Everyone else... peac™ 






•car ^ 

during the Pf^ a f wHS with plenty 
the times 1 had at vvn luhe 

of great ^^ptate" ways and 
best as we go oursepa ^^ 

MC '?w M '?hese you learn to live aga>n. 
times like these yuu _ FoOS 



Stephanie Rose Kelly 

Step/7 /Ce//y, Blondie 

"** we're the three best a* „ 

a ^onecou/dh a S ^ ends ^at 
Far n//y<3 
Meesh<3 
S ^"ATS<3 



j\\\"ian Lacey 



Thanks Mom and Dad for all of your 
love & support. Alana, you aren t just 
a great sister, but you will always be 

my best friend too. I'll never forget the 
amazing friends & memories I've made 

especially with Sam & Kelsey who 
know the true meaning of friendship. 

Kevin we've had so many good 

memories together & many more to 

come <3. 




, ne „e, deiieved «*«*£££ \ 

good WS we , w » tting me 

my family and friends ra a kpow 

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Skau, Cow 



Kinney, a nd Track ■» e Thanks 

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Dan MacK, Gumby 

r,oH and Justin, I 
Shout out to Mom- C)ad ouguys . 

Thanks tor P^ ng . U P e you enjoy 
pastiouryears,^°P ho V uS eontne 

being able to ^ ne nds, we've 
weekends. A ^V een real . 
had a great time, aWver . 
Everyone else..- 



J'mbo, j m . Bob Jjmbaiaya 

T'we flies hu * 

freshman ves T he n '9 hf before 
'"» yesterS a ; %? fl e n 9an - " seems 
between then'an J n T f ;° th/nkth at 
Scn °o'. Thanks to m7' tSa " ofn '9h 

f ^fhendswhoVeZ Parents ' to a'' 

four Veers, an d T Da w' ne f dthe P^t 

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Ryan Malone 

Malone 

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7 *ii of my friends and 
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tamiW for supporting m _ s overi 

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Dhruv Y. Manek 



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Nicole Luz 



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Bryanne Mara 

Bry 



Congrats class o^om andRachae i 
for att toe supp " \ ve V° u 9 uy 

mad e hign s^n em0 ries. Socc* 

made ^Shanks tor toe ,a» ** 9 
lacr0SS " 9 f never torgetveu. LN 
seasons. I nne eredyin 




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Jacqui 



Thanks Mom, Dad, and Ali for 

everything! Friends <3 So many 

memories & more to come, fh 09 

great season, love you girls! 

Cause these are the moments, 
these are the times, 
Let's make the best out of our lives. 
Good luck Class of 2010! 



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Thanks to all my family and friends 
for helping me and always be.ng 
here It was fun and I will always 

reSmiirthesefo^a-BOodlucR 

to everyone in the future. 



Lindsay Masotta 



These past four years have been 
amazing! Mom and Dad thanks for 
everything and always being there for 
me. Friends- unforgettable memories 
i love you guys! "No matter where life 
leads us, our hearts will be kept in this 
town Good luck class of 201 0<3 




Risa McDonald 



1 uncle 



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KR/MM'^ove you guys . -S*ods 
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M om,oaa, ? v, ; ^*^rr 

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s0 lve the mystery bu $ame . 

I"'* "" ?, a the Earth Begins to 

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,'^-e U Sr"„'r a "' he ^ea t 
team W. Nowc ^eve w 

"^;Cete res,of ^ 

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Megan 



Ann WcCoo\ 

Megg ers 



"We will laugh, We'll relax 

We'll reflect on the years we've passed 

And I know that it wont be long 

Untill we meet again" 

Mom, Dad, Mikayla .all my Wen* »& 
family, the neighborhood & T.DC girls 

Thankyou so much for everything I 
love you all<3 Good Luck Class of 2010! 



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Debra Ann McNeil 

Deb 

''-'-n MaDO -rr 9 „::r in9 

-Robert Frost 

^ears a a„ a c 9 S"r ,hese ^' 
memories I'll newM ave 9lVen me 
J»° years b & ' k* that 
intj I am excltert T be sver > Better 

u, uck class of 2010! 



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Bert 



These vears have been great and I am 

OS MC and MK-Brothers for Life will 
C ^ss you guys the most Good luck to 

everyone, stay classy. 



Deanna Migliaccio 









John Moriarty 

Big John 

riends who made these , p mernone s 

onThanksgwng^feetrnov.ng. 

"Stay Low, ^ ee v y 




M/chae/ Murphy 

Murph 



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Tha nks to a// fS a s " fl Bas eba/,. 
a ^9ood, u S dteache ^ 



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memories A ^;ff ? ' 08 w3. Thank you to 

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Adele Musicant 

4ate/ 

the wo e rw" a " Q 9 h e a ^ ™ JW to s 6e i„ 
"ie best friends I cn„M CF " »"t» 



Angela Nason 



Bren dan Scott jckname 

omg, who has a 35 

School, school; school's cool Apropos, 

I'd like to thank all of my teachers for the 

specific help/general knowledge/lots and 

lots of functions that they have given 

me They gave me a "double dose of 

high school. We can all take something 

from WHS, a hall pass maybe. 






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^ZLaizer Bunny, JeanJean^ 

These 4 long years of my life have 

reallv made me who I am. I m so sao 

Sealing. But I've come to real.ze 

ThSmese vears will make me or 

break me'or ?eal life. I hope that I'll be 

Smbered as the crazy asian g.rl who 

worry I'll be back. YERYERYtH... 



Alyssa Marie Nihan 



Thanks to all of my friends for always 

knowing how to have a good time'" 

Nicole&Anth<3 Thanks for always" 

being there! $C4E * always 

"Forget what they say.. As long as you 

believe in you, keep chasing your 
dreams, wherever they may take you " 









Michelle Parece 

David Fros 
Friendship k nnt 

Muhammad All 



Briana Parow 

Bree, Bunc Banc*. 



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Kenz, ^ e '^ 

M^andD^oveyou-W,^ 

everything! F« "fjXgettable these 
orazy , wohde*.!^ unto g sen , 

paS ;ryo^^ U * i n«hewo«<3 



John O'Connell 




Laurel Pickett 




Aoh\ev Palermo 



Sam, 



Mom & Daddy, thanks for a ways 

believing in me, I couldn't ask for better 

parents, I love you! Matt, I love you 

little bro!Keis& Jill, my best friends 

what would 1 do without ypu?J KS JL 

KFDMOFH STATES '09! SEN ORS, 

good luck! Goodbye WHS! 

-In order to succeed, your desire for 

success should be greater than your 

fear of failure" -Bill Cosby 



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Collette Pierce 

Had & Rachel tor 
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Danielle Polcari 

£tee, Fred 



Thanks Mom,Dad, and JJ for always 
supporting me and being there for me 
To my friends I love you all and thanks 

for being there over the years<3 

Soccer and lax girls it has been a good 

four years and I will miss it.Good Luck 

class of 2010! 



"If you can imagine it, you can achieve if 
if you can dream it, you can become it."' 





Joseph RastelUni 

Hasty 




Katerina Pishenin R e ,| ly 

Katia 




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c P-da.rs.kff SSC m ak - mm - fT1 P-''m 

™e & pusned ^Jfo believed in 
Good luck Class of LoTof 9reatness - 
be st-' "Be brave Take rS ? Sh you ^e 




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Mandy 

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Kayla G. Reynolds 



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Tom Quilty 

'"an* both in S, ' mes M,h ">y 

a™ lacrosse for thp hff V '"9 h °*ey 
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HiahTwant to thank all the teachers 

hat helped me thru out the years. 
Tateo want to thank my family for 
ilf he Support. Last of all -want to 

High School was a gjoodtime.... 
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Caleb J. Rogers 

Th ^s guysan ^ o n s 

UCkt0 everyone. 
L,f e goes on " - u !n u 

Mlch *el Kinney 



Thanks mom and dad for everything 

you've done for me. To my friends 

we've had some wild times over the 

past few years. You stay classy 2010 



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Gott r-po/p 

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The best 4 years of my life? I beg o 

differ Though "going off on tangents 
^h Mr. Kleponis was quite memorable. 

And Mrs. Beckwith's pra.sing o 
-Antonius and Rufus." I can't say that 

some good memories! If only every 
year was like senior year... 

Hey Joe! (: 





Brittany 



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^ metoS wTnever forget. 



Kaitlyn Souza 

Souza 

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my friends that i wont ever forget and 
a lot of people i wont really care about 
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knowing what i want to do and who 

really matters to me. Thanks to my 

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Junior Prom for the Class of 
2010 was held on Friday, 
April 3, 2009 at Hillview 
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in attendance dressed in gorgeous 
dresses and handsome tuxedos, 
ready to dance the night away. As 
prom favors, souvenir glasses were 
given out at the end of the night after 
hours of celebration with friends, 
good music, a variety of delicious 
buffet foods, and dancing. The night 
couldn't have been possible without 
the Junior Prom Committee and 2010 
Class Advisors, Mrs. Hooper and 
Ms. Kassin who worked tirelessly to 
prepare for the long awaited night. 
Junior Prom may be over, but the 
night lives on in wonderful memories! 



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held on Friday, October 9, 2009 in 
the WHS gymnasium, was another 
great success! Kicking off the 2009 
Spirit Week, many students and 
alumni danced the night away. For 
seniors, their last WHS Homecoming 
ended on a great note with the 
announcements of Homecoming 
Court! From start to finish the night 
was one not to be forgotten! 




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The 2009 Spirit Week began 
with Class Day. Seniors, 
assuming the traditional 
costume theme, marched throughout 
the school in elaborate outfits ranging 
from animals to various characters 
from our childhood. Juniors strut 
their stuff resembling celebrities, 
such as Michael Jackson, Lady 
Gaga, The Beatles, and everything 
in between. Sophomores joined 
the chaos with a career theme, 
filling the halls with police men and 
women, as well as doctors and 
any other profession you could 
think. The Freshman Class chose 
a sports theme and ambled through 
the building wearing team jerseys, 
emblems, and even sport equipment. 




Dan Baima applied his sense of humor (along with everyone's fear of 
catching the H1N1 virus) to inspire his Class Day costume. 






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Following Class Day, this 
year's Spirit Week continued 
on with Army Day. The halls 
were filled with students and faculty, 
showing their endless pride for the 
various branches of our country's 
military service. From hallways to 
classrooms, an assortment of Navy, 
Army, Marine, and Air Force attire 
could be found. Even a student 
wearing a ghillie suit managed his 
way through the halls. All day long, 
dog tags jingled and boots sounded 
throughout the building, keeping 
pride and school spirit alive at WHS 




At ease, gentlemen. Once again, students spend copious amounts of 
time applying camouflage and finding military accessories to show their 
spirit. I wonder if they remembered to finish their homework... 





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After a day of military-inspired 
costumes, Wilmington High 
School transformed into a 
time capsule of various decades past 
with a Retro Day theme. Students 
were seen parading through the halls 
and sitting in classrooms wearing 
slicked hair, leather jackets, flash 
dance outfits, and even some flapper 
dresses. Demonstrating tremendous 
school spirit and pride, all four grades 
actively participated, making this 
Retro Day one for the books! 




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Ms. Hoffmann, and the members 
of the Wilmington High School 
SADD club hosted an informal 
Friday the 13th dance in the WHS 
gymnasium. The dance lasted into 
the night, playing songs that were 
enjoyed by all as students helped 
raise funds for the Students Against 
Destructive Decisions organization. 




The first dance to be sponsored by the Students Against Destructive 
Decisions group, this event will hopefully set a trend for future informal I 
dances at Wilmington High School! 




Whether hanging with friends or line dancing 
out on the dance floor, these students had a 
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Finished decorating the gym for the dance, 
these SADD members were ready for fun! 




Groups and individuals took turns performing 
for the crowd while the DJ helped set the 
mood with fun lighting and good music. 




Students enjoyed a fun night of dancing and spending time with friends while helping to 
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On Tuesday, November 17, 
2009, the annual Mr. and 
Miss WHS Competition was 
held in the high school auditorium. 
Seven contestants competed for 
the two coveted titles. Based on 
talent, spirit, skits, and an interview, 
the contestants were judged by 
fellow WHS teachers. From stand- 
up comedy to movie parodies, 
the seven brought a wide variety 
of acts to the show. Cole Carter 
and Former Miss WHS Stephanie 
Weymouth entertained the audience 
as everyone waited in anticipation 
for the results. After the ballots were 
tallied, Sophomore Phil Lentini and 
Junior Kia Dunn were crowned as the 
new reigning Mr. and Miss WHS! 




Is that you, Mr. and Miss WHS? Kia Dunn dressed as Willy the Wildcat 
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Wednesday, November 25, 
2009 marked two special 
occasions for WHS. Kicking 
off the 2009 Thanksgiving Break, the 
football team hosted its annual pep 
rally, celebrating the end of the fall 
sports season and building energy 
for the annual Wilmington-Tewksbury 
Thanksgiving Day football game. 
Sophomore Phil Lentini reprised his 
Mr. WHS spirit routine, performing 
the rap he had written about the 
WHS sports program. Following the 
rally, members of the community 
gathered in the front lobby for the 
unveiling of the Class of 2009's gift: 
a beautiful display case honoring the 
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worked to build up team spirit and energy for the big Thanksgiving Day 
game against Tewksbury. 




Helping to get the crowd energized, the WHS 
Cheerleading squad and Marching Band 
performed between speeches. And as a 
special treat, Phil Lentini reprised his Mr. WHS 
spirit rap (lyrics printed on page 118). 



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Mrs. Alba Santana pose for a moment in front 
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Wilmington community were in attendance for 
the unveiling, including former English teacher 
Mr. Matt Joyce, Town Manager Mr. Michael 
Caira, and Superintendent of Wilmington 
Public Schools Mrs. Joanne Benton, as well as 
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display case, located in the main lobby of the high school. Filled with the images of 
Wilmington alumni who have served in the various branches of the Armed Forces, this case 
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Tuesday, November 24, 2009 
marked the return of the annual 
Senior verses Faculty sporting 
events. Taking on the teachers and 
administration on the volleyball court, 
the Class of 2010 demonstrated 
their impressive skills. ..in wearing 
matching t-shirts decorated with 
inventive team names. 

As teams took turns playing against 
the WHS educators, others watched 
on as both sides displayed their 
athleticism and sportsmanship. In 
the end, both sides had successful 
matches but the final tally left the 
faculty with the win. Better luck next 
year to the Class of 2011! 




Seniors flocked to the courts to have their shot at beating their favorite 
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once again between the seniors and 
the faculty. Seniors took turns going 
up against the faculty trying to get a 
win and show their superiors a thing 
or two about basketball. From the 
tip off, the intensity was present on 
both sides. The Senior boys had their 
hands full with Mr. Sundberg and Mr. 
Taylor, but they played hard. The 
desire to win was shown especially 
in a monstrous block of Mr. Maloney 
by Matt Celeste. Great passion was 
also displayed as Omair Shaik and 
Mr. Hackett dove to the floor fighting 
for the ball. Impressive plays were 
made by all the teams including 



outstanding passes and shots by 
Denis Gingras. "The Ball Hogs" 
came up big with an individual victory 
over the faculty to give the seniors a 
lead, but in the end the boys failed 
to handle the size and strength of 
the faculty. With the help of some 
possibly biased refereeing by Mrs. 
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victory. The senior girls dominated 
the female faculty, showing off 
superior athleticism with plenty of 
steals and break away points. 

All in all, the event was very fun and 
a great opportunity for the students 
and faculty to have fun outside of 
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Showing their school spirit and good sportsmanship, the various teams 
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On March 19th at 7pm, the most talented 
students met to show their skills. 
Brilliantly hosted by Emily D'Amelio and 
Phil Lentini, the night was pack full of amazing 
acts producing cheers, claps, tapping feet, 
and laughs. Allison Dancewicz and McKenzie 
O'Brien danced with grace, beauty, and heart. 
Jump style and hip hop acts made everyone 
want to dance. Brendan Mooney made the 
crowd laugh with his WHS-themed comedy 
act. The bands Probable Cause and At the 
Ready performed along with piano man Eric 
Surrete, accompanied by Mike Semonelli, and 
Across the Spectrum (comprised of Steve 
Lowell on guitar, Dana Ferranti on bass, and 
Alex Sirois on drums) stunned everyone with 
their skill to the point in which the cheers 
turned to silent awe. The audience enjoyed 
beautiful poetry from Kay Tumino and a rap by 



James Johnston. And the talented voices of 
Katia Reily, Kia Dunn, Cody Nilsen, Stephanie 
Weymouth, Lauren Azevedo, Kristen Fogarty 
and Megan Torres filled the auditorium. 

When the votes were tallied the winners 
emerged from tight decisions. Across the 
Spectrum and Katia Reily tied for third, second 
place went to the hilarious Brendan Mooney, 
and the winner of the amazingly competitive 
contest was Kyody (Kia Dunn and Cody Nilsen) 
for their amazing duet. 

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number of sights and sounds that will not soon 
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musical acts to dancing and comedy. 
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JESSICA LAVIN 



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PETER LEIGHTON 

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ANTHONY LODATO 

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STEVEN MCNAMARA 
DAVID MELLO 
LINDSAY MERCER 

MICHAEL MICALIZZI 
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KEVIN MORIARTY 

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DEREK ODEA 
EMILY O'DONOGHUE 
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WILLIAM PRINCE 

MAYE RANDELL 

SAMANTHA REED 

HAYLEY ROBARGE 

DANIEL ROBINSON 



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REBECCA ROSE 

ALYSSA ROSSETTI 

KAYLA ROSSETTI 

SAMANTHA RUSSO 

ELAINE SARTORIS 



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ZACHARY SEARS 

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THOMAS SHAFER 

MARC SHIBILIA 

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SHAUNA SMITH 

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LAUREN SPIN ALE 

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EMILY STEBBINS 

ELIZABETH STEEN 

ALEXA STEENBRUGGEN 

JAMES STOKES 

JILLIAN STRAZZERE 



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KRISTEN SULLIVAN 

BR I ANNE SYRING 

JONATHAN TERLAGA 



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KELSEY BARBAROSSA 

STEPHANIE BARCZAK 

VICTORIA BECK 

KEVIN BELL 

ANTHONY BELLINO 



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PAIGE BENNETT 

DANIELLE BIASE 

KATHERINE BLANCH 

JUSTIN BLEIER 

WILLIAM BORGES 



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TIMOTHY BROMAN 

TAYLOR BROOKS 

KAITLIN BROUNLEY 

ALEXA BROWN 

ANTHONY BROWN 

MARGARET BROWN 

CALEIGH BUCKLEY 

KEVIN BURKE 

GIANNA BUSCONE 

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ELENA CARBONE 

CAITLIN CAREY 

ROBERT CARLIN 

KELLY CARTER 

KELLY CASSIDY 

CASEY CATALDO 

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EMILY CRANNELL 
DANIEL CREEDON 



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MICHAEL D'ALLEVA 
MICHAELA D'AMBROSIO 
DANIEL D'ARCANGELO 
ALEXANDER DANAS 



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KRISTEN DANKESE 
EDWARD DELUCIA 
KELLY DICICCO 
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GEENA DINUCCIO 



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ADAM DITOCCO 
JAMES DONOVAN 
PAIGE DORION 
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MIRANDA FAISON 
BRYAN FEINDEL 
MATTHEW FERREIRA 
DAVID FIELDING 
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MELANIE FLAHERTY 
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KELLY GORMLEY 

THERESE GORMLEY 

BRANDON GOSTANIAN 

RACHEL GRABAR 

JOHN GREALISH 

ERIC HACHEY 

ANTOINE HADDAD 

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JESSICA HANAFIN 

JANELLE HEENAN 

GILLIAN HERY 

JEFFREY HILL 

LISA HITCHINS 

SARA HOGAN 

ROBIN HOLLENBECK 

WILLIAM HURLEY 

LINDSAY HYDORN 

JANELLE JACKSON 

JONATHAN JARVIS 

FELISHA JEAN-FRANCOIS 

SARAH JOHANSSON 

HANNAH JUDKINS 

DANIEL KEANE 

GEORGE KENDALL 

JOHN KEOUGH 

JOSHUA KIVLEHAN 

EMILY KOEHLER 

KATHLEEN KUROWSKI 

CARA KUSA 

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KEVIN MARASCO 



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DEREK MAYO 
TIMOTHY MCCARTHY 
CAITLIN MCDONOUGH 
NATHAN MCGILVRAY 



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KELLY MCGOWAN 
COLIN MCGUIRE 
ZACHARY MCNALLY 
CASSANDRA MEDEIROS 
RACHEL M ELLEN 



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HANNAH MIDDLETON 
SABRINA MIRABELLA 
CHRISTOPHER MONTEFORTE 
SHAWN MORAN 
MICHAEL MULLENS 

JOHN MULRENAN 
KERRY MURPHY 
LEANDRA MURPHY 
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RYANNE NEWHOUSE 
SAMANTHA O'LEARY 

JAMES O'NEILL 
MATTHEW PALERMO 
RUDRA PANDYA 
DANIELLE PARISI 
EMMEALLIA PARKER 
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REBECCA ROBICHAUD 

DALTON ROLLI 

JOHN ROMANO 

JOSEPH RUSSELL 



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REBECCA RUSSO 

ROBERT SACKS 
NICO SANDOVAL 

KYLE SANVILLE 
EMMA SAPORITO 



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TAYLOR SHELTON 

ADAM SIEGEL 

ANDREA SIMPSON 

KYLE SKINNER 

KILLIAN SMITH 



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STEVEN SPINAZOLA 

MELISSA STAFFORD 

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STEPHANIE TRAN 
KATIE TREACY 
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RYAN TURNER 
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MIKAYLA VISCONTI 
MARK WADLAND 
BRYAN WATERMAN 
JAMES WELCH 
ASHLEY WHITE 



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SHANNON WILLIAMS 
CRISTINA WILSON 
ALEXA WORTHINGTON 



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ALEXANDER BALL 

MICHELLE BARNES 

EMILY BARRASSO 

KATHRYN BARRY 

PATRICK BARRY 



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BRENDAN BENOIT 

KARA BERNARDO 

JOSEPH BOLOGNESE 

AMANDA BONNETTE-KIM 

SAM BORSETI 



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MEAGHAN BRANSFIELD 

PATRICK BRAZELL 

HANNAH BRIERE 

CONNOR BURKE 

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JOHN CAMPBELL 

STEPHANIE CANTY 

BIANCA CARLSON 

ALLISON CARROLL 

GAVEN CARTA 



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JULIA CARTER 

ANTHONY CASTELLANO 

BRITTANY CAVANAUGH 

JANELLE CELESTE 

MATTHEW CHIRICOSTA 



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JOHN CIMENO 

RYAN COCCA 

STEVEN COLANGELO 

MARCUS COLE 

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BRIAN COLTON 
MICHAEL COLTON 
ALEX CONDELL 
NATHAN CONNORS 



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STANLEY DANCEWICZ 
DHAVAL DAVE 
MITCHELL DEAMBROSE 



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ALEXANDRA DERIAN 
MATTHEW DEVLIN 
LUCIANO DIMAMBRO 
DYLAN DINATALE 
SARAH DOANE 



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RACHEL DONAHUE 
KELLY DONNELL 
ALYSON DOWNS 
ERIN DUFFY 
JACQUELYN DUFFY 

KEVIN DUNFEY 
JOFFRE DURFEE 
JANELLE ENGREM 
ALISON EVANS 
KAYLA FALTER 
JANE FARRELL 



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MICHAEL FERRARA 

TAYLOR FLETCHER 

DANIEL FOTHERGILL 

ERIC FRASCO 

BRIYANA FRASER-WILKERSON 



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ARIANA HAAS 



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CASEY HERRA 

TAYLOR HIGGINS 

ELIZABETH HILL 

JONATHAN HO 

ANDREW HOANG 

RYAN HOLLORAN 

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MEGAN HOWLAND 

TAYLOR HOWLETT 

SAVANNAH HUBBARD 

WAYNE HUYNH 

ERIC JAESCHKE 

JULIE JEWKES 

KATHERINE JOHNSTON 

BRANDON KEEFE 

JAMES KENDALL 

JACQUELINE KENNEDY 

RYAN KENNEDY 

KAITLIN KINSELLA 

DYLAN LANGONE 



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THOMAS LETELLIER 

REBECCA LODATO 

THOMAS LOWELL 

PATRICK MACCORKLE 

KATHERINE MACDOUGALL 



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RYAN MCCARTHY 
MARK MCCONOLOGUE 
ANDREW MCDONAGH 
JULIE MCEVOY 
KEITH MCHUGH 



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LAUREN MCKENNA 
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NICHOLAS MICHELANGELO 
ELAINE MIRANDA 
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MICHELLE MORELLO 
ANDREW MORRIS 
JOSEPH MURPHY 
CASEY MURRAY 
BRIAN NAZZARO 
CAROLINE NGUYEN 

HUAN NGUYEN 
HOLLY NIEMIEC 
FRANCIS NORTON 
ZACHARY NORTON 
RACHEL NUSSBAUM 
DANIELLE O'BRIEN 



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MELISSA O'DONOGHUE 
CAILIN O FLAHERTY 
JILLIAN O'LEARY 
ZACHARY O' NEIL 

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VICTORIA OLIVEIRA 
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GABRIELLA PERRINO 



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MATTHEW PICKETT 

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SARA PUDVELIS 

BRANDIE QUEEN 

MARIA QUILTY 

ERIC RANDELL 

KRISHNA RAVAL 



NATHAN RICARDO 

KATELYN RICHARDSON 

CHRISTINA RILEY 

JONATHAN ROBINSON 

JACOB ROGERS 

THOMAS ROSSETTI 



MATTHEW RUFF 

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DANIEL SAWLIVICH 

ALEXANDRA SCALFANI 

AMY SCOTT 



ANDREW SEARS 

MICHAEL SEMONELLI 

AMIE SERINO 

JENNIFER SFERRAZZA 

ZACHARY SHEPARD 

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MICHAEL SILVA 

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SOPHIA SOLON 
JAMES STEIN 
JOLEEN STYGLES 
DANIEL SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 



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CAMERON SWEENEY 
KRISTEN TAVARES 
JONATHAN THAI 
JAMES THOMPSON 
MELISSA TONRA 

JOANNA TORRES 
GIANNA TUMMINO 
STEPHEN VALENTI 
KELLY VALLETTA 
SABRINA VELOZA 
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JOHN WALSH 
PAIGE WARD 
PETER WARREN 
DAVID WEAVER 
JESSICA WEEDEN 



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BRANDON WONG 
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MICHELLE WOODS 
TIMOTHY WOODS 
BRITTANY ZACCAGNINI 



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Hut, hut and I'm lookin' for the pass, 

Watchin' my receivers as I take a step back. 

I break a tackle, to symbolize I'm manly, 

Then I throw a touchdown like my name is Sean Hartley. 

I ball it up, and I nail mad 3's. 

I don't try, everything's a breeze. 

When I cross them up, my opponents are real murky. 

I take it to the hole like I'm Mike Murphy. 

Step to the plate, tap my bat on my shoes, 

I look at the pitcher as I take strike two. 

Here comes another, and I bomb it to the fence. 

Another home run for Nick Boutoures. 

I have green cleats and a wicked fast shot. 

I do crazy moves like my name is Gott. 

I'll school you after the ball is caught, 

'Cuz my name is Evan Butters, and I score a lot. 

I play B-ball, and baseball, don't you know. 

I'm Mr. Varsity like Vinny Scifo. 

Like Marty, and Rosa take a shot on me? No, 

I'm stopping all these shooters you can call me the po-po. 

Left, right and I'm runnin' down the track. 

I'm winnin' by three strides as I take a glance back. 

I start trying, and I get a whole lot farther, 

Then I cross the line just like I'm Caleb Rogers. 

I golf it up, and I get mad pars. 

When I drive the ball, it goes really far. 

I go to the course and I get another birdie. 

Is my name Tiger? Aw hell no, it's Aubrey. 

I step on the mat, and I look in his eyes. 

He looks scared; I'm not surprised. 

I get him down and put him in a pin. 

My name is Jay Perry and I always win. 

I play hockey and I'm really good. 

I'll hit you in the boards like my names Dan Cush. 

I play lacrosse, and my trick moves are ritzy. 

I put it in the net like my nickname is Fitzy. 

Back and forth and we got a nice volley. 

I spike it down the line like Dana Ferranti. 

I serve it up like I'm workin' at the deli, 

Then I bump the ball like my name is Steph Kelly. 

Wilmington Sports, we are in your dreams. 

We come out of nowhere like the field hockey team. 

We dominate Cape Ann, and they think were mean. 

My name is Phil Lentini and I'm out, peace. 




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The Wilmington High School 
Football team had a great 
2009 season, finishing 8-3. 
Throughout the season, the team 
had great leadership from Senior 
Captains Evan Butters, John Moriarty 
and Denis Gingras. 

The team faced a very challenging 
schedule through the whole season, 
yet a strong defense and ruthless 
running game characterized the 
2009 team. Elite backs and receivers 
were powered by an overpowering 
line which aided to many wins. 
Defensively, nearly every opponent 
struggled running the ball against 
the tough front, powerful linebackers, 
smart corners, and skilled safeties. 

There was no better way to cap off 
a great season than beating the 
Redmen from Tewksbury. Heart, 
strength and determination led the 
Wildcats to a win over Tewksbury. 
The season was like no other and 
thanks to great coaching, it will be a 
season never to be forgotten. 



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Coach M. Barry; Team Roster: K. Albanese, M. Amentola, R. Barry, E. Butters, C. Cazeau, 
M. Celeste, F. Cerbone, N. Colella, A. Danas, E. Delucia, B. Fennelly M. Ferreira, G. Fitch, 
T. Foley, C. Frissore, A. Furlong, D. Gingras, S. Hanley B. Hurley, J. Keegan, A. Kline, 
J. Langenfeld, M. Larffarello, A. Leiskau, D. MacKinnon, J. Moriarty, K. Moriarty, J. Mulrenan, 
B. O'Brien, J. Parsons, K. Smith, M. Smith, T. Trites, T. Valente, M. Wilkinson 




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Coach K. Ruggiero; Team Roster: M. Aiesi, K. Cabral, C. Cataldo, M. Faison, B. French, 
M. Harper, S. Heatley-Quinlan, L. Hydorn, J. Jackson, S. Mazzie, L. McCarthy, K. McGowan, 
C. Monteforte, L. Murphy, C. Parrella, J. Phelan, L. Powers, B. Queen, K. Reynolds, L Russell, 
\R. Russo, M. Tassone, P. Tonra, M. Torres, M. Wamboldt, S. Ward 



The Varsity Cheerleaders 
showed their support through 
both the fall and winter 
seasons, cheering for the football 
and basketball teams in addition to 
performing at several pep rallies. 

Led by co-captains Lisa Russell, 
Kayla Reynolds, and Brittani 
French along with Seniors Sarah 
Ward and Kristen Cabral, the team 
demonstrated an outstanding amount 
of effort and skill while competing 
in MSSAA competitions. Each year, 
the girls have qualified and placed 
in the state tournament, so it was 
no surprise that they did it again this 
year! Go Wildcats! 



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The Boys Varsity Soccer 
team met the expectations 
for this senior laden team. 
They finished the season with an 
impressive 18-1-3 record and were 
the first team to finish the regular 
season undefeated in school 
history. The Wildcats beat Wayland, 
Winchester, and North Andover in 
the post season to put them in the 
Division 2 North Finals for the first 
time in over 10 years. 

These Wildcats were led by Senior 
Captains Marty Bamberg, Caleb 
Rogers, and Gott Saenchandi. 
Rogers and Saenchandi were both 
named to the All-League team, 
and Senior Mike Murphy, Junior 
Nick Godzyk and Goal-Keeper 
Bamberg were selected for the 
All-Star roster. Bamberg with the 
help of his defensive unit, including 
Seniors Colin Foley and James 
Marra, posted eleven consecutive 
shutouts for another school record. 
Congratulations to everybody for a 
truly, great season! 




Coach S. Scanlon; Team Roster: M. Bamberg, J. Briere, C. Cleplik, C. DiCecca, K. Flaherty, 

C. Foley, C. Garrant, L. Gately N. Godzyk, S. Kinsella, D. Livermore, J. Malone, J. Marra, 

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Coach S. Hendee; Team Roster: A. Bleier, P. Bennett, J. Braid, A. Brown, K. Campbell, 
jE Cowden, A. Gonzalez, R. Grabar, K. Hayes, H. Kealos, S. Luz, B. Mara, B. McLaughlin, 
p. Niemiec, M. Parece, J. Parece, D. Polcari, A. Robbins, T. Shelton, K. Souza, J. Stewart, 
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The Girls Varsity Soccer Team 
had a very memorable season. 
Although they did not make 
the state tournament, they had many 
enjoyable moments together, and 
this season will not be forgotten by 
any of the girls. 

The team had twelve Seniors on the 
team, the largest group of seniors 
the team has ever had. Led by four 
Senior Captains, Katelyn Hayes, 
Bry Mara, Brittney McLaughlin, 
and Jackie Zaremba, the team 
gave tremendous effort through the 
season. Danielle Polcari, Jackie 
Zaremba, and Brittney McLaughlin 
were named Cape Ann League All 
Stars. McLaughlin was also named 
the Cape Ann League All-League 
Player and the Eastern Mass. All-Star. 




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The Girls Varsity Field Hockey 
team had an incredible turn 
around this year. Led by 2009's 
Coach of the Year, Jodi MacKenzie 
and Senior Captains Liz Crannell, 
Laurel Pickett, and Jacqui Lyman, 
the team finished with a record of 
13-4-4 and qualified for the state 
tournament. The team won the 
first round against Swampscott, 
before being defeated by the State 
Champions Watertown. Regardless 
of the tournament outcome, the 
team had a very successful and 
memorable season. 




Coach J. MacKenzie; Team Roster: C. Bush, K. Callahan, E. Crannell, L D'Orio, F. Gately, 
E. Jaeschke, N. Luz, J. Lyman, K. Moon, Ft. Newhouse, S. Palermo, L. Pickett, H. Robarge, 
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A. Keane, S. Kelly, N. Neville, A. Perullo, C. Tilton, C. Westeberg, M. White 



It is easy to say that the Girls 
Varsity Volleyball team improved 
significantly this year. Captains 
Steph Kelly and Amanda Hollenbeck, 
along with Coach Mark Staffier, led 
the team through an outstanding 
season, earning its best record in 
many years. 

This year, the entire school got 
involved with the Girls Volleyball 
events thanks to the Lady Wildcats' 
"Dig Pink" fundraiser. Walking 
through the halls, students proudly 
sported their "Dig Pink" t-shirts. An 
organization made to help encourage 
breast cancer awareness, "Dig Pink" 
received tremendous support from 
Wilmington, along with several other 
volleyball teams participating in this 
year's fundraiser. 

Whether on the court playing or 
selling t-shirts for a good cause, 
these girls truly proved to their fans 
that they have tremendous heart! 
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The Wildcat Boys Cross Country 
Team enjoyed an encouraging 
rebuilding year as they took 
home three more wins than in 2008. 
Finishing the season at 3-9, the team 
was led by Senior Captains Tom 
Valente, Cole Carter, Jeff Kannally, 
and Sean Keane who motivated their 
squad to do their best and abide by 
the team motto: Have Fun. 

The team was helped out along the 
way by talented underclassmen 
including the team's MVP Zach 
Sears and "Most Improved Runner 
of the Year" Jake Russo. Freshman 
Steve Halas also turned some heads 
in the Cape Ann League. 

With all of these runners returning, 
next year's team looks promising. 
Work hard and best of luck! 





Coach T. Bradley; Boys Team Roster: B. Carter, C. Carter, N. Connors, M. Ferrara, M. Gake, 
B. Halas, S. Halas, L. Hayes, J. Kannally, S. Keane, R. Kennedy, A. LaRosa, P. MacCorkle, 
R. O'Rourke, C. Peffer, J. Russo, A. Sears, Z. Sears, J. Soeum, D. Sullivan, J. Terlaga, 
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Girls Team Roster: R. Alatalo, M. Barnes, J. Burke, C. Collins, J. Collins, R. Donahue, M. Filippi, 
A. Fisher, L. Fletcher, C. Fryer, K. Goodwin, H. Kelly, K. MacCorkle, K. MacDougall, C. Peffer, 
A. Polcari, K. Richardson, N. Romanzo, S. Russo, N. Sirignano, L Wickwire. 



The 2009 season for the Girls 
Cross Country was one of 
its best seasons to date, 
claimed Coach Thomas Bradley. 
This year, the team was lead by two 
outstanding runners, Seniors Jessica 
Burke and Lauren Wickwire. 

Another bonus for this 2009 team 
was the addition of several excellent 
runners to this year's roster, many 
being younger siblings to other WHS 
athletes. Each team member gave 
it their all and helped to contribute 
to this year's season. And although 
the season couldn't last longer, this 
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The Wilmington Varsity Golf 
team completed its 2009 
season with a record of 7-7. 
With the leadership of seniors 
Nick Boutoures (captain), Aubrey 
Ungvarsky, Pat Enwright and Pat 
Boudreau, the team was able to 
have one of its best seasons in 
years. The Wildcats were able to 
qualify for the state tournament 
because of their outstanding .500 
record. One of the best matches 
of the year was the season opener 
against Newburyport, where the 
Wildcats were able to pull off a home 
victory to start their incredible and 
memorable season. After completing 
their regular season, the Wildcats 
were fortunate enough to send 6 
of their best players to play in the 
Division 2 North Golf tournament 
held at their home course, Hillview 
Country Club. There, they were led 
by Senior Aubrey Ungvarsky who 
posted an amazing 8-over par 77. 
Senior captain Nick Boutoures was 
not far behind, posting a 9-over par 
78. The other two scores counted 
were both 1 1 -over par 80's posted by 
Junior Andrew Spurr and Sophmore 
John Keough. Overall the Wildcats 
finished in fourth place, missing the 
third place cut by only 2 strokes. The 
Wildcats were very grateful to Coach 
Stephen Lynch who dedicated his 
time and knowledge to help lead the 
team in having great season. The 
team also sends thanks to club pro 
Chris Carter of Hillview Country Club 
for helping with almost every need 
during the fall season. 



Team Roster: J. Bleier, P Boudrea, M. Boutoures, N. Boutoures, G. Carta, M. Chiricosta, 
J. Keough, P. Enwright, J. Favuzza, M. Gracia, D. Keane, A. Martinello, A. Morris, D. Rolli, 
A. Spurr, T. Strem, S. Taylor, A. Ungvarsky 



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The boys varsity wrestling team 
of 2010 did quite well as they 
stayed at the middle of the 
pack for most of the season. They 
ended the league with a record of 
2-2, getting to 500 which is great! 
The wildcats overall record was 3-4 
which is still great. There was a large 
accomplishment among the boys on 
the varsity team, Junior Sean Ad- 
ams was able to make it to the state 
tournament and he placed as well. 
Everyone was ecstatic about this 
goal won and it will keep the team 
going strong for years to come! 



Coach M. Pimental; Team Roster: S. Adams, M. Amentola, B. Brennick, J. Carlin, G. Carta, 
K. Carter, M. Celeste, S. Dancewicz, A. Furlong, S. Furlong, S. Gilbert, J. Goossens, J. Grealish, 
C. Halliday, J. Ho, B. Keefe, J. Kendall, C. McGuire, J. O'Neill, J. Perry, D. Poll, N. Powers, 
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With sixteen seniors on the 
roster, the 2009-2010 boys 
hockey team had the talent 
and potential to do what no other 
Wildcat hockey team had done... and 
they did. The Cats went undefeated 
during the regular season posting a 
16-0-0 record against their Cape Ann 
League foes convincingly claiming 
the league title and finishing the 
entire season with a total record of 
21-1-1, the best in school history. 
It was an exciting season as we 
watched Captain Dan Cushing 
launch missiles at the net, Brian 
Hurley level skaters, and Assistant 
Captain Zach Rosa shut down many 
worthy opponents. In recognition 
of their skills and accomplishments 
Cushing, Hurley and Rosa as well as 
Jeff Harris, Jared Ravagni and Liam 
Gately were all chosen as League All 
Stars. Rosa earned the additional 
honor of being selected as League 
MVR As the season progressed you 
could see the chemistry between the 
players as all four lines proved they 
could get the job done. An added 
bonus was Freshman Cam Owens, 
who brought the crowds at Ristuccia 
to their feet, as he skated circles 
around defenders twice his size and 
then scored effortlessly. Earning a 
#1 seed in Division 2 North playoffs, 
the team had high hopes of winning 
a state title and so did the rest of 
Wilmington. Their incredible season 
ended disappointingly when they 
faced defending State Champions, 
Newburyport, in the sectional semi- 
final game. Despite the loss, the 
team still finished with an impressive 
record which earned them a mark in 
WHS hockey history. 




Coach S. Scanlon; Boys Team Roster: J. Aucoin, C. Barbaro, E. Barrasso, P. Boudreau, 
C. Carter, B. Collins, B Coutu, K. Creedon, D. Cushing, R. Derian, P. Duffy, C. Foley, L. Gately, 
J. Harriss, B. Hurley, J. Langenfeld, J. Malone, K. Moriarty A. Owens, C. Owens, T. Quilty 
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Coach J. McMahon; Girls Team Roster: M. Alondaro, K. Brandano, C. Castellano, 
L. DePasquale, S. DePasquale, J. Farrell, L. Fitch, R. Gautreau, C. Good, K. Harper, J. Jewkes, 
C. Kusa, K. MacDougall, M. Maher, D. Mallett, T. Manning, S. McHugh, K. McKenna, R. McLaren, 
A. Michals, T. Parella, M. Pickett, C. Robarge, M. Roberts, B. Santos, K. Souza, A. Woodbury 



The Lady Cats skate on the ice 
with ease each and every time 
but this year, it did not seem to 
be enough. Their record was not all 
that great but we all know that they 
tried their best and that their main 
captains, Meghan Pickett, Kaitlyn 
Souza and Amelia Woodbury, did 
their best to lead the team and to 
keep spirits high. 

This season was nothing to be 
ashamed of, as it was certainly 
great practice for those young 
middle-schoolers who have been 
on the team. The team will be even 
better next year and will have more 
to look forward to! 





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The Boys Varsity basketball 
team in the 2009-2010 
season held a record of 5-3 
within the league and 9-5 overall. 
The Wildcats, led by Patrick 
Enwright, Martin Bamberg and 
Michael Murphy, played strongly 
through out their whole season. 
They put everything they had 
into playing each game and with 
that they qualified for the State 
Tournament. The First game was a 
tough one and unfortunately they 
lost in the first round. Although 
they didn't make it as far as they 
wanted, they certainly showed their 
talent and pride of playing on the 
Wildcat team. The Boys Varsity 
Basketball team will keep going 
strong in the coming years. 



Coach J. Maiella; Boys Team Roster: K. Albanese, M. Bamberg, J. Bozzella, E. Butters, 

C. Dicecca, P. Enwright, C Frissore, N. Godzyk, S. Hartley, T. McCarthy, K. Mitchell, M. Murphy, 

D. O'Dea, J. Parsons, C. Peffer, V. Scifo, I. Sullivan 




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The Girls Varsity basketball 
team in the 2009-2010 season 
held a record of 4-4 within the 
league and 7-6 overall. With a tough 
non-league schedule and strong 
competition, the team was still able 
to qualify for the State Tournament. 
The lady cats, led by Amy Fahey 
and Allison Robbins, were able to 
make it to the third round of the State 
Tournament and they were excited the 
whole way getting there. Unfortunately 
in the third round of the tournament 
they were beaten out by Melrose, 
another very strong competitor. Over 
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The Boys Indoor Track always 
does some remarkable things 
during their season. To start 
off, the Wildcats had a 3-4 record for 
the season. They would always like 
to do better but some individual boys 
did very well for their team. Caleb 
Rogers, Marc Shibilia, along with Joe 
Warren were all able to qualify for 
States before the season's end. They 
are all top players on the team and 
strut their stuff, for sure. The boys 
track team has always been towards 
the top of the totem pole within the 
league, and even when we change in 
2011, they will remain strong com- 
petitors 




Coaches B. Cripps and M. Kinney; Boys Team Roster: E. Adalto, A. Anwar, R. Barry, I. Conway, 
E. Copeland, A. Desimone, M. Donnell, N. Downs, A. Fino, J. Fitzgerald, K. Flaherty, L Flaherty, 
D. Folk, D. Fothergill, B. Halas, L Hayes, W. Hurley, J. Kannally S. Kinsella, A. Leiskau, 
D. Livermore, P. MacCorkle, A. Maienza, J. Marra, R. O'Rourke, E. Randell, C. Rogers, A. Sears,] 
Z. Sears, M. Shibilia, A. Sirois, J. Terlaga, T. Valente, T. Valente, T. Valente, J. Warren, P. Warren, 
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Coach T. Bradley; Girls Team Roster: M. Barnes, J. Braid, J. Burke, K. Campbell, A. Cappuccio, 
\C. Collins, A. Days, G. DiNuccio, M. Filippi, A. Fisher, M. Flaherty, L. Fletcher, M. Folk, C. Fryer, 
p. Fuller, F. Gately K. Hayes, H. Kealos, H. Kelly, J. Lacey N. Lunt, J. Maienza, B. McLaughlin, 
;P. Miller, M. Randell, K. Richardson, B. Smith, A. Steenbrugen, A. Ungvarsky J. Weaver, 
L Wickwire, C. Woods 



he Girl's Indoor Track team 
didn't do exactly what they 
had hoped they would, but 
who said they never had fun! Each 
and every girl on the team tried 
their best but along with that they 
bonded greatly as a team. Although 
they ended the season with a 0-8 
record, there were some few select 
girls who made accomplishments 
of their own. A handful of our Junior 
girls went on to CAL's, two of which 
placed in sixth. Another amazing 
accomplishment that was made 
during the Indoor Track season was 
Britt McLaughlin's Athlete of the Year 
Award! We are all so proud of her. 
She and girls like her are the inspira- 
tion for the girls in the years to come. 








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Academic Decathlon 

Band 

Bread & Roses 

Club WHS 

DECA 

Drama Club 

Environmental Club 

Expressions 

Foreign Language Club 

GSA 

Math League 

Medical Careers Club 

Mock Trial 

Model UN 

National Honor Society 

PEACE 

SADD 

Science Club 

SoundScape 

Strings 

Student Council 

Wildcat News 

Yearbook 

Class of 2010 Officers 

Class of 2011 Officers 

Class of 2012 Officers 

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Christina Tran, Meghan Ryan, Katie Hill, Kristin Esdale, Stephanie Tran, 
Elise Musicant, Sara Hogan, Alaina Coakley, Kaitlin Kinsella, Sabriina 
Mirabella, Nanci Hurley, Thomas Dinh, Andrew Flood, Megan Torres, Kelly 
Duffy, Sean Furlong, Chriss Rivera, Brooke O'Connell, John Cimeno 

Advisor: Mr. Kevin Riley 



The Wilmington Academic Decathlon competes with teams 
of students from high schools across the state in a series 
of ten academic events. These events cover Economics, 
Language and Literature, Mathematics, Music, Fine Arts 
and Social Science. Students are given awards based 
both on individual and team achievements. A unique 
aspect of the program is that each nine-member team 
must consist of three students each with "A", "B" and "C" 
grade point averages. Students may be in any grade and 
an unlimited number of alternatives may also compete. 



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E. Alatalo, V. Albano, P. Ammon, D. Baima, B. Banda, P. Barbaro, K. 

Bell, B. Benoit, A. Bleier, J. Bleier, M. Brophy C. Burke, C. Bush, J. 

Campbell, K. Campbell, S. Canty C. Capistran, J. Carter, C. Cieplik, 

J. Cimeno, C. Connelly, E. Copeland, C. Cushing, J. Denney E. 

DiMambro, L DiOrio, A. Evans, D. Ferranti, M. Ferrara, M. Ferreira, 

A. Fino, L Flaherty, M. Flaherty D. Folk, O. Fuller, B. Goncalves, J. 

Grealish, J. Gustafson, N. Harvey, L. Hayes, S. Johansson, B. Keefe, 

S. Keefe, K. Kinsella, J. Lacey, A. LaRosa, A. Leiskau, B. Levine, 

M. MacCorkle, W. MacKinnon, A. Maienza, J. Maienza, D. Mallett, 

N. Marciello, A. Martiniello, A. McDonagh, V. Mendelson, L. Mercer, 

C. Monteforte, B. Mooney M. Mullaney A. Musicant, E. Musicant, 

C. Nilsen, C. Nguyen, S. O'Leary, P. Okumura, S. Ouellette, M. Palermo, A. Palm, J. Parece, M. Parece, D. Parisi, J. Plante, N. Ricardo, K. 

Richardson, C. Rivera, R. Robichaud, D. Robinson, J. Romano, M. Ryan, R. Sacks, A. Scalfani, M. Semonelli, T Shafer, M. Shibilia, C. Sirignano, 

A. Sirois, S. Spinazola, L. Spry, M. Stafford, E. Surette, S. Tran, C. Valdivieso, S. Valenti, P. Ward, K. Woods, L. Zhong 




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Participation in Bread and Roses is a WHS community 
service initiative. It is a year long, voluntary commitment by 
students and staff, to supply a portion of the evening meal, 
on the first Tuesday of each month. Student volunteers 
receive community service credit for their efforts. 



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Club Wilmington Helping Services (WHS) has had a fun 
and fufilling year! Our greatest accomplishment of 2009 
was collecting over 1 ,000 suitcases for children in foster 
care in cooperation with the organization Suitcases4Kids! 
We continue to perform volunteer work in an effort to help 
our school and town community as well as surrounding 
communities. We work to leave an impact on society. 



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President Brittani French, Vice President Sam Palermo, Secretary Jill Fudge, D. Allan, D. 
Baima, C. Barbaro, K.Bernardo, M. Bortone, C.Brown, J. Buczynski, E. Butters, L. Capozzi, 
J.Carbone, B. Carlin, L. Carroll, N. Cataldo, E. Cowden, D. Cushing, Ft. Derian, T. Dinh, G. 
Dinuccio, J. Donovan, A. Fahey, M. Filippi, K. Flaherty, L. Fletcher, A. Flood, K. Fogarty, O. 
Fuller, S. Furlong, S. Galasso, L. Gately, A. Gonzales, H. Judkins, J. Kannally, J. Lacey, M. 
Laffarello, V. Le, E. Lee, C. Lee, J. Lyman, L. Masotta, L. McCarthy, N. McGilvray, E.Murray, 
K. Nasiff, M. O'Brien, K. Peach, L. Pickett, D. Pothier, J. Ravagni, C. Rogers, Z. Rosa, K. 
Rossetti, L. Russell, J. Stratouly, C. Sullivan, S. Sullivan, M. Torres, A. Ungvarsky, S. Ward, 
S. Weymouth, M. Winchell, J. Zaremba, D. Biase, R. Townsend, R. Woods, C. McCoy, D. 
Dave, N. Ricardo, M. McConologue, Z. O'Neil 

Advisors: Mrs. Krista Anderson, Mr. Thomas Strawn 



DECA (Distributive Education Club of America) is a 
national organization for high school students enrolled 
in a qualified business course. WHS DECA members 
had great success this year competing in District, State 
and even International Competition. Student leadership, 
career understanding, social skills, and philanthropic 
activities are the focus of the program. Students helped 
to run a UMASS Lowell men's hockey game, the mid- 
winter Glow Dance, fund raise for Cookies for Kids' 
Cancer, sold class t-shirts, and have a great time while 
preparing to become future leaders in the fields of 
marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. 



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jWHS' Drama Club had another phenomenal year, 
! producing Jason Robert Brown's critically acclaimed hit, 
! Songs for a New World. The Spring brought both socially 
controversial themes as well as great performances to 
| the stage as the members of the Drama Club competed 
[in the MHSDG One Act Festival with Dog Sees God: 
Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. The club finished 
out the year in a dream as the members produced and 
performed Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. 




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Environmental Club is dedicated to the preservation 
of both the school and world environment. We strive 
to make a difference, whether it's through our bottle 
recycling program, our garden, or our school clean- 
ups. The Environmental Club urges all of WHS and 
the entire world to "go green"! 






President Amanda Hollenbeck, Vice President Meghan Ryan, Secretary 
Katie Hill, Garden Manager David Felding, Treasurer Andrew Flood 

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Expressions is the school's literary magazine that pub- 
lishes students' writing, art, and photography. The maga- 
zine's editor is Danielle Johnston. We meet on a monthly 
or bi-monthly basis to discuss layout, fundraising, and 
to peruse submitted work. The Expressions team takes 
part in the Talent Show by running both the raffle and the 
bake sale. This year, we are offering a scholarship for 
students interested in attending a The North Shore Young 
Writer's Conference. 




Editor Danielle Johnston, Kelly Cassidy Marc Piro, Brady Detwiler, Samantha Russo, Anne Marie Farrell, Sarah Choi, Shannon Keeley 
Meghan Ryan, Gabrielle Emerzian, Lizz Liberacki, Jimmy DeRosa Advisors: Ms. Mia Parviainen and Ms. Lisa Bellavk 

Foreign Language Club is dedicated to expanding the 
views of Wilmington High students and introducing them i 
to cultures other than their own. While the club does 
focus on the languages and nationalities of many of our 
members, we also introduce members to the food and 
customs from exotic countries that they would not nor- 
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President Sherin Chakoian, Vice President Erika Johnson, Secretary/ Treasurer Marilyn Manos, Public Relations Kelley Fitzpatrick, S. Barczak, J. 
Bennett, L Bishop, B. Blaisdell, A. Bonnette-Kim, K Bresnahan, A. Caira, C. Capistran, A. Carroll, K Cassidy, L. Catanzano, A. Coakley L Cole, 
S. Colosimo, C. Connelly, N. Connors, C. Cullinane, S. Delia Pelle, C. DiCecca, K. DiCicco, N. Diorio, M. Donahue, K. Esdale, L. Fagan, K Finn, 
M. Folk, M. Fregeau, M. Gake, J. Garrard, E. Genito, S. Johansson, K Keller, S. Kelly, A. LaRosa, R. Mellen, D. Neves, V Oliveira, K. Patel, M. 
Pimentel, M. Piro, K. Raval, R. Robichaud, M. Torres, S. Tran, D. Weaver, J. Weaver 

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Wilmington High School are: 

1 . To create a support network for students regarding 
issues of sexual identity, coming out to friends and family, 
and developing healthy social networks 

2. To serve as a meeting place to find commonality and to 
discuss issues related to GLBT adolescents. 

3. To promote awareness of the gay rights movement in the 
United States, the existence of GLBT people everywhere in 
the United States, and contemporary GLBT issues 

4. To create an inclusive group for all Wilmington High School 
(WHS) members who want to work for equality for all. 



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President Tory Mendelson, Vice President Shauna Smith, Treasurer 
Matt Gake, Karen Briggs, Melissa Gold, Andrew Flood, Gabby Perrino, 
Lizzy Hill, Bridget Blaisdell, Jessica Troy, Geoff MacDonald, Megan 
MacCord, Siena Martin, Carly Gillis 

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Math League is a national mathematics competition that 
meets six times over the course of the year. A variety of 
students take part in the competition, which consists of 
six short answer problems covering geometry, algebra, 
trigonometry, and other advanced pre-calculus topics. 
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Students explore health careers, through site visits, job 
shadows, and guest speakers. Club members raise 
awareness of health issues. Students participate in 
community service activities, breast cancer awareness 
pin sale, Red Cross Blood Drive and fundraising for MCC 
Scholarship. MCC students united with all WHS clubs to 
raise money for the victims of the Haiti Earthquake. 
MCC Students collaborate with WHS Club, NHS 
members and Wilmington Elderly, from the Buzzell Senior 
Center, to form an Intergenerational link to promote 
understanding, and caring across the generations! 

Presidents Sherin Chakoian and Dhruv Manek, Secretaries Heather Crowe and Deb McNeil, Senior Center Liaisons Amelia Woodbury, Christine Woods and Kayla Davidson, Treasurer Alex 
Copp, B. Anderson, S. Barcellos, C. Blaise, A. Brule, S. Brule, S. Chakoian, A. Copp, H. Crowe, E. D'Amelio, K. Davidsion, T. Dinh, V. Domond, D. Manek, D. McNeil, A. Miranda, S. Palermo, 
0. Shaikh, C. Pierce, K. Reilly, C. Tran, A. Woodbury, C. Woods, M. Aiesi, T. Bell, L. Bishop, L. Femino, N. Hurley, E. Jensen, H. Kealos, P. Leighton, S. Mazzie, L McCarthy, C. Monteforte, E. 
O'Donaghue, L Pienkowski, H. Robarge, C. See, K. Spry, M. Torres, B. Banda, J. Bennet, K. Blanch, G. Buscone, A. Cappuccio, C. Carey, C. Collins, C. Contrada, K. Dankese, K. Dankese, R. 
Dimare, P. Dorion, M. Faison, J. Hanafin, J. Jackson, K. Mcgowan, L. Murphy, N. Poll, L Powers, R. Robichaud, S. Salerno, L Stalker, J. Stewart, M. Stinson, M. Stone, S. Sullivan, M. To, P. 
Tonra, M. Visconti, A. Bonnette-Kim, M. Bransfield, R. Donahue, J. Duffy, J. Parece, E. Miranda, L Zhang 

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Amy Caira, Angelina Amato, Brady Detwiler, Brendan Munro, Erika 
Johnson, Jacqui Duffy, John Keegan, Kelly Finn, Kellyn Campbell, 
Kristen Keller, Kaitlin Kinsella, Kristen Esdale, Meaghan Bransfield, 
Mike Kelly, Tom Dinh, Valerie Albano 

Advisor: Mr. Mark Staffier and Ms. Tracey Kassin 



Mock Trial is a statewide competition in which students 
are competing against their peers from other schools 
in the Massachusetts Bar Institute annual Mock Trial 
Program. This program is sponsored by the Boston Law 
Firm of Brown, Rudnick, Freed, & Gesmer. Students from 
the high school are being coached by Mr. Staffier and Ms 
Kassin. With 115 high school teams from all regions of 
the commonwealth, the goal of the Mock Trial Program isj 
to further an understanding of the law, court procedures, 
and our legal system while helping students to sharpen 
their analytical, listening and speaking skills. It also 
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Model UN/Debate Club gives students the opportunity 
to discover, through simulation, how the United Nations 
works to collectively promote world peace and cooperate 
on a variety of international issues. The main focus of the 
club is preparation for conferences, in which each student 
is assigned a country and a council of the UN. Student 
delegates then debate a current international affair 
and must work to compromise and pass a compromise 
resolution. This year, our club attended conferences at 
St. John's High School, St. John's Prep, Boston College 
High School and Fitchburg State College in addition to 
running our own in-school practice conferences. 




President Michelle Parece, Vice President Mike Kelly, Secretary Jon Rizzo, A. Misiph, A. 
Steenbruggen, A. Carroll, A. Crispin, A. Flood, A. Amato, B. Detwiler, B. Mooney B. Meuse, B. 
Nazarro, C. Capistran, D. McCarthy D. Ferranti, D. Gillis, D. Landry, D. Manek, D. Livermore, G. 
MacDonald, J. Duffy, J. Magnarelli, J. Maienza, J. Torres, J. Cimeno, J. Romano, J. Rizzo, K. Reilly, j 
K. Davidson, K. Sullivan, L. Maggioli, M. To, M. Celeste, M. O'Brien, M. McCool, M. Torres, M. 
Bransfield, M. Parece, M. Kelley M. Tedesco, M. Wilkinson, O. Shaikh, P. Ammon, R. Pandya, S. 
Kinsella, S. Kelly, T. Dinh, T Malffei 

Advisor: Mr. Matthew Hacke] 



Wilmington High School's chapter of the National Honor j 
Society was established to encourage and recognize 
students who are outstanding in scholarship, character, 
leadership and service. This year members worked 
to restock the Wilmington Food Pantry for the winter 
holidays, ran a successful tutoring program for over 
twenty-five students and helped to raise much needed 
funds for the children of Haiti. NHS also sponsored a 
speaker at WHS' first genocide panel presentation - 
Survivors, Scholars and Students Speak. 

President Julie Gustafson, Vice President Allison Bleier, Treasurer Amanda Hollenbeck. Secretary Katerina Reilly, Martin Bamberg, Stefany 
Barcellos, Allison Bleier, Nicholas Boutores, Julie Braid, Jessica Burke, Kellyn Campbell, Cole Carter, Sherin Chakoian, Alexandra Copp, Elizabeth 
Crannell, Heather Crowe, Ceara Dembowski, Brady Detweiler, Elizabeth Fagan, Lance Flaherty, Liam Gately Julie Gustafson, Katelyn Hayes, 
Katherine Hill, Amanda Hollenbeck, Jeffrey Kanally Stephanie Kelly, Jillian Lacey Jacqueline Lyman, Bryanne Mara, Debra McNeil, John Moriarty 
Adele Musicant, McKenzie O'Brien, Samantha Palermo, Michelle Parece, Katerina Reilly Allison Robbins, Caleb Rogers, Meghan Ryan, Omair 
Shaikh, Alex Sirois, Thomas Valente, Christine Woods, Jacquilyn Zaremba 

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PEACE is a group of motivated individuals who have 
come together to discuss world issues and to take an 
active role in promoting equality. Although we have just 
begun, the future of PEACE club is bright, and we can 
already see the unlimited possibilities. PEACE stands 
for "People Everywhere are Created Equal." 




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Advisors: Mrs. Maura Tucker, Ms. Lisa Desberg 




President Julie Gustafson, Vice President, Amanda Hollenbeck, 
Secretary Allie Bleier, A. Worthington, A. Marion, A. Ciampa, A. Carroll, 

4. Woodbury, A. Fino, A. Brown, C. Brown, B. Doherty, B. Mara, 
C. Cavanaugh, D. Folk, D. Ferranti, G. Buscone, G. Emerzian, 

H. Judkins, H. Crowe, J. Mara, J. Buczynski, J. Troy, J. Bleier, K. Hill, 
K. Keller, L. Pienkowski, L. Bishop, L. Hayes, L. Cappozzi, L. McCarthy, 
M. O'Brien, M. Folk, M. Mullaney M. Soel, N. Luz, P. Giroux, ft Hollenbeck, 

5. Mirabella, S. Hogan, S. Choi, S. Reagan, S. Kinsella, T. Gormley 

Advisors: Ms. Rebecca Hoffmann and Mrs. Meghan Estrada 



SADD has had a great and eventful year at Wilmington 
High School. With activities such as Red Ribbon 
Week and Grim Reaper Day, as well as the Mock Car 
Crash before the senior prom, SADD has helped raise 
awareness in the Wilmington school community about the 
risks and consequences of destructive decisions. SADD 
has also worked with the middle school to initiate plans 
for a new SADD group there. "SADD Social Solutions" 
is a program designed to educate fifth graders about 
bullying and peer pressure. SADD students from the high 
school perform skits in order to create a dialogue with 
fifth graders about positive social choices. The group had 
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ii/Vilmington High School that allows science to reach the 
iStudent in a fun-filled way. Members do everything from 
building rockets in the spring, to making quicksand, to 
putting money on fire without actually burning it. Science 
blub also goes to Lahey Clinic in the spring as a field trip, 
|and runs a fundraiser of selling candy bars as a dollar 
Isach to support it. It's a grand club that welcomes anyone 
nterested in science or fun! 



^residents Dan Baima and Dan Folk, Vice President Marilyn Manos, Secretary Nanci Hurley, Treasurer Melanie Folk, Michelle Barnes, Jake 
Briere, Connor Burke, Cuong Cao, John Cimeno, EvanCopeland, Michael Dasilva, Tom Dihn, Nicole Diorio, Dan Folk, Melanie Folk, Daniel 
z othergill, Michelle Fregeau, Sara Hogan, Andrew Hoang, Bill Hurley, Nanci Hurley, Sarah Ippolito, Erika Johnson, Will MacKinnon, Adam 
Vlaienza, Marilyn Manos, Nicholas Michelangelo, Brendan Mooney Huan Nguyen, Rachel Nussbaum, Sam O'Leary, Melissa Prezion, Katie 
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SoundScape is Wilmington High School's a cappella 
group. A cappella means that all sounds, percussion, 
and notes are all done by voice. It is an auditioned group 
of 12 people that meets 2 days a week after school. At 
rehearsals, members of SoundScape arrange all music 
by ear and with the help of a piano. SoundScape has 
performed with groups such as Brandeis University's 
Voice Mail, St. John Prep's Swingtown, and Ball In The 
House, a professional a cappella group. Auditions for 
SoundScape are held in May. 



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Strings Attached is a string orchestra that begins in 
4th grade and continues through grade 12. A series of 
traditions along a path help the orchestra build team 
spirit and lifelong friendships while the students perfect 
their playing technique. 

Once the string players qualify at Lake George, NY 
by attaining a minimum score of 85 from two judges, 
they become Wilmington's international ambassadors 
and embark on a three city concert tour of a European 
country. History, geography, foreign language, music, self 
sufficiency, and self awareness combine in a seven day 
adventure that tests and highlights each student's ability 
to be a mature player on a world stage. Strings also 
supports their school by providing and maintaining the 
HS lawn sign, representing the school at the Governor's 
Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the State House, and 
receiving recognition from the Governor and MA Senators 
and Reps, at a State House performance at the Grand 
Staircase. Performances at nursing homes and senior 
centers round out this very unique organization whose 
motto is: The Best Things In Life Have Strings Attached. 

Strings has represented Wilmington High School in 
Quebec, England, Ireland, twice in Italy, and twice in 
France. In 2011 , they will represent their school on a 
concert tour of Austria. 




A. Amato, K. Aoki, S. Barcellos, T. Bell, J. Bennett, K. Bernardo, 
N. Bicheler, L Bishop, B. Blaisdell, C. Blaise, A. Bonnette-Kim, J. 
Boudreau, M. Bransfield, H. Briere, K. Briggs, A. Cappuccio, E. 
Carbone, J. Carbone, B. Carlson, A. Carroll, M. Carta, K. Carter, N. 
Cataldo, S. Chakoian, S. Choi, A. Coakley, L. Cole, T. Cole, D. Collins), 
N. Connors, E. Cowden, C. Cullinane, A. Dancewicz, S. Dancewicz, 
R. Davis, K Dillon, G. DiNuccio, N. Diorio, R. Donahue, K. Eldaly, G. 
Emerzian, J. Engrem, K. Esdale, E. Fagan, D. Fielding, A. Fiorentino, I 
A. Fisher, K. Fogarty, M. Folk, M. Frackleton, M. Fregeau, C. Fryer, 
M. Gearty, C. Gillis, D. Gillis, M. Gold, T Gorham, K. Gormley C. 
Halliday E. Hill, K Hill, S. Hogan, A. Holbert, E. Howland, K. Howland). 
S. Hubbard, L Hydorn, J. Jewkes, E. Johnson, H. Judkins, K. Keller, 
S. Kelly, K. Kurowski, D. Landry, E. Liberacki, S. Lowell, P. MacCorkle.l 
J. MacNeil, K. Madore, T. Maffei, L. Magee, S. Maggio, J. Magnarelli, j 
M. Malonson, M. Manos, T. Marquard, P. McGondel, C. McGuire, 
K Mitchell, M. Mullens, A. Nason, R. Nussbaum, M. O'Brien, M. 
O'Donoghue, E. Olson, C. Parrella, L. Pienkowski, M. Randell, K Reih\ 
A. Reis, J. Rivera, A. Serino, J. Sferrazza, Z. Shepard, A. Simpson, 
A. Smalley L. Smith, M. Soel, L. Stalker, J. Strazzere, K Tavares, 
M. Tedesco, J. Terlaga, J. Torres, M. Torres, J. Troy, K. Tummino, K. 
Walkling, J. Weeden, K. Wilcox, A.Woodbury, S. Woodbury, M. Woods. 
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The student council is an organization made up 
of student leaders who get involved in a number 
of projects for the benefit of our school and our 
community. We sponsor programs to welcome 
incoming freshmen as well as celebrate the graduating 
seniors. Through activities such as monthly teacher 
appreciation projects and annual clothing and food 
drives, the student council makes every effort to make 
a difference on the local and global level. 



President Amanda Holenbeck, Vice President Meghan Ryan, Secretary Andrew Spurr, Treasurer Adam Kline, Samantha Russo, Linden Hayes, 
James Bonish, Domingos Neves, Pamela Okumara, Allison Dancewicz, Stephen Valenti, Patrick Giroux, Angelina Amato, Stephanie Tran 



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Editor-in-Chief Meghan Ryan, Assisstant Editors Katie Hill, Valerie 
<\lbano, and Bobbie Dole, Art Editor Sarah Colosimo, Layout Editor 
Christina Tran, Melissa Gold, Shauna Smith, Ceara Demboski, Mariel 
Seatry, Danielle Johnston, Elizabeth Liberacki, Alexa Mattes, Angela 
Vason, Brittany Smith 

Advisors: Mrs. Joyce Beckwith, Mrs. Marie Shack 



The "Wildcat News" is published 4 times a year. Our 
Editor-in-Chief is Meghan Ryan. Our Assistant Editors 
are Katie Hill, Valerie Albano and Bobbie Dole. Our Art 
Editor is Sarah Colosimo. Our Layout Editor is Christina 
Tran. Contributing writers are Melissa Gold and Shauna 
Smith. Contributing artists are Ceara Dembowski, Mariel 
Gearty, Danielle Johnston, Elizabeth Liberacki, Alexa 
Mattes, Angela Nason, Brittany Smith and Christina 
Tran. Mrs. Beckwith is the Editorial Advisor and Mrs. 
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lo produce this year's book. From selecting a cover 
concept and design to painstakingly proofreading every 
!)age, this group met regularly throughout the year to 
(complete a book you could all cherish for years to come. 
Ne hope that you will enjoy the finished product! 

-.ditors-in-Chief Cole Carter and Katie Daley, Events Editors McKenzie 
O'Brien and Shannon O'Brien, Sports Editor Aubrey Ungvarsky, Clubs 
zditor Nanci Hurley, C. Babcock, S. Barcellos, B. Benoit, K. Bernardo, 
' ?. Borseti, J. Boudreau, N. Boutoures, J. Braid, C. Brown, C. Burke, B. 
barter, S. Chakoian, N. Connors, C. Cullinane, C. Cushing, E. D'Amelio, 
\\. Dancewicz, S. Dancewicz IV, K. Davidson, A. Days, M. DeAmbrose, 

\(. Dillon , D. Dinatale, J. Favuzza, A. Fiorentino, A. Fisher, A. Gillis, B. Godfrey, C. Good, S.Halas, K. Hill, T Howlet, S.Keane, B. Keefe, 
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p. Pierce, M. Pimentel, J. Previte, M. Quintal, M. Shibilia, A. Siegel, E. Steen, C. Sullivan, M. Torres, R. Tulkerson, C. Valdivieso, C. Veloso, 
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President: Olivia Fuller 
Vice President: Jackie Fitzpatrick 
Secretary: Sarah Choi 
Treasurer: Cole Carter 

Advisors: Mrs. Michelle Hooper, 
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The Senior class officers have worked very hard to raise money for the 
Class of 2010. We have had our annual Mr. and Ms. WHS Contest, and 
the Prom Fashion Show with the Junior class. We are also looking forward 
to the traditional Senior vs. Staff Basketball Game, along with the school 
Talent Show. This year, the Senior Prom will be held at the Danversport 
Yacht Club on May 7th, 2010. The class is also going to end the school 
year with a senior night lock-in. It has been a memorable four years of high 
school. Thank you to our class advisers, Ms. Kassin and Mrs. Hooper, for 
helping our class reach this far. 

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The officers and advisors of the class of 2011 have been together as a team 
for two years running. During the school year they have worked to organize 
various fundraisers for their class, collect dues, and most importantly, prepare 
for the Junior Prom (held on March 26th, 2010). 



President: Kay Tmmino 
Vice President: Kat Perella 
Secretary: Nicole Neville 
Treasurer: Amy Caira 

Advisors: Ms. Erica Thomas, 
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President: Steve Le 

Vice President: Lisa Marie DiOrio 

Secretary: Kristen Esdale 

Advisors: Ms. Marrisa Bortone, 
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This year, the sophomore class (class of 2012) was lead by Steven Le, 
President; Lisa Marie DiOrio, Vice President; and Kristin Esdale, Secretary. 
The advisors for the class of 2012 officers were Miss Bortone and Mr. Miller. 
We held a very successful fundraiser this year selling blow pops, which we 
look forward to repeating next year. We are also currently looking forward to 
planning the Spring Fling along with the freshman class. By the end of this 
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This Class of 2013 officers have worked hard to support school-wide events 
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from a bake sale, a cookie dough fundraiser, and being an active part of this 
year's Spring Fling. The officers also developed a Fundraising Committee to 
assist in developing ideas and then putting them into action. The officers are 
very appreciative of their support and enthusiasm. The Class of 2013 is off to 
a good start and we can expect to see more as the years come! 



President: Wayne Huynh 
Vice President: Jeffrey Faruzza 
Treasurer: Brooks Carter 

Advisors: Mr. Michael Maloney 
Ms. Maureen O'Mara 



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Where do we "begin - WE LOVE YOU! 
Many parents are proud of their 
child's graduation. But not many- 
have had watch their child endure 
what you have endured or overcome 
what you have overcome in order to 
get to that graduation. We are so 
proud of you! Don't ever let anyone 
or anything stop you from "being who 
you are or what you want to "be. The 
future is yours... TAKE IT! 



Many thanks to the Retiring Faculty 
and Staff of Wilmington High School 



Barbara Bishop, Guidance Secretary 

Ann Claire, Food Services Secretary 

Michael Nee, Assistant Principal 

John Wood, Science Teacher 




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You're stunningly beautiful inside and out... 

Your charming personality and warm smile brightens the world around you. 

Your loving, compassionate heart touches everyone you meet... 

Your amazing accomplishments are as numerous as the many 

wonderful friends you've made over the years... 

Take all that you've learned and experienced with you as you step out 

into the world to make all your dreams come true! 

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Cole, 

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your character when facing challenges and 
making the right choices. It was such a 
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are a wonderful son and brother. 




Congratuations! Now go out there and 
make a difference. 

Love, 

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For every ending there's a new beginning; for 

every memory, there's a dream ahead. The 
happy times you've had so far, the people you 

have met will always be a part of life you'll 

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Staff would like to thank 
Michelle Sidwell and Jaymie 
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in the publication of this book. 

Thank you also to the 
Wilmington High School 
administration and faculty 
for their cooperation in the 
production of this publication. 
Without their hardwork and 
dedication every day, this book 
would not have been possible. 

Official Yearbook Photographer 
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Cole Carter, Co-editor in Chief 



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Brendan Benoit 


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Brandon Keefe 




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Stephanie Kelly 




Jerene Boudreau 


Sarah Lavoie 




Patrick Boudreau 


Tom Letellier 






Nick Boutoures 


Tori Lord 




Julie Braid 


Patrick Macconkle 




Christina Brown 


Will MacKinnon 




Connor Burke 


Adam Maienza 




Brooks Carter 


Dan McCarthy 




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Julie McEvay 




Nathan Connors 


Alyssa Nihan 




Casey Cullinane 


Danielle O'Brien 




Cassie Cushing 


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Emily D'Amelio 


Collette Pierce 




Allison Dancewicz 


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Jacqui Previte 




Kayla Davidson 


Megan Quintal 




Alicia Days 


Marc Shibilia 




Mitchell DeAmbrose 


Anna Siegel 




Katie Dillon 


Ellie Steen 




Dylan Dinatale 


Christie Sullivan 




Jeff Favuzza 


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Alyssa Fiorentino 


Cristina Valdivieso 




Amy Fisher 


Carolina Veloso 




Ryan Fulkerson 


Joe Warren 




Ashley Gillis 


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ARMY BASE MASSACRE ► 

An army psychiatrist at Fort Hood, Texas, allegedly 
opened fire on base, killing 13 people and wounding 
30 before being wounded. Investigators were 
trying to determine whether Major Nidal Malik 
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There were signs the nation was climbing out of 
the recession, but job hunters could not tell. U.S. 
unemployment reached 10.2%, the highest since 
1983. The unemployment rate for teens reached a 
record of 27.6%. 

YANKEES BACK ON TOP > 

The New York Yankees defeated the Philadelphia 
Phillies in six games to win the 2009 World Series, 
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Already the fastest man in the world, Jamaican sprinter 
Usain Bolt won the 1 00 and 200 meters at the 2009 World 
Track Championships in Berlin, shattering the world records 
he already held. Bolt's time of 9.58 seconds in the 100 was 
more than a tenth of a second faster than the previous 
record he set in the 2008 Olympics. 

SPREADING GLEE V 

Glee, Fox's new comedy about the show choir group at 
an Ohio high school, became a critical success and was 
nominated for numerous awards. The show's musical format 
gained a loyal audience, led to frequent song downloads 
from the show's musical numbers and even to new glee 
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BALLOON BOY HOAX A 

The parents who claimed their 6-year-old son was carried away by a flying 
saucer-shaped balloon served some jail time. The plot by Richard and Mayumi 
Heene was revealed by their son, Falcon, during an interview when he said the 
family "did this for the show." The Heenes, who had appeared on Wife Swap, 
apparently were hoping the incident would lead to another reality TV show. 

SAFE LANDING A 

Airport security was looked at again after a Nigerian man tried to blow up 
his Northwest Airlines flight just before landing in Detroit on Christmas Day. 
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23, was badly burned when he lit a small 
explosive device while sitting in his seat. He was held by passengers and 
crew until the plane landed. 



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While the government asked the public to take the H1 N1 
influenza seriously, vaccine shortages occurred because 
it could not be made fast enough. Then people had to 
decide whether to get the "regular" and the H1 N1 vaccines 
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TWEETING THE NEWS A 

Many news stories were beginning to appear on social 
websites like Twitter. Some events closed to traditional media 
outlets, such as Iran's government-controlled election, were 
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WAR ON TERROR > 

About 68,000 U.S. troops were stationed in Afghanistan 
to fight the Taliban as President Barack Obama planned 
to send an additional 30,000 troops. He also stated a 
goal of bringing troops home beginning July 201 1 . 



ENDING ON A HIGH NOTE Y 

The story of plane crash survivors who end up on a 
mysterious island, Lost, finally came to an end during 
its sixth and last season. The cult classic, which at 
its peak became one of the most-watched shows 
on TV, once again became one of the "events" 
of the TV season by wrapping up all its mysteries. 





DISASTER BEYOND BELIEF >- 

A powerful earthquake, measuring 7.0 on 
the Richter scale, hit just outside Port-au- 
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Most people were now carrying wireless phones. And the 
gadgets could do more things, as products like Apple's 
iPhone allowed users to place calls, take pictures, access 
email and the internet, keep schedules and much more. 

HARRY POTTER STILL STRONG Y 

The Harry Potter series continued stronger than ever through 
the movies. The film based on the sixth book, Harry Potter 
and the Half-Blood Prince, made nearly $1 billion worldwide. 
Plans were made to split the story of the seventh and final 
book into two movies. 




AWKWARD MOMENT Y 

When country star Taylor Swift won 
Best Female Video at the MTV Video 
Music Awards, rapper Kanye West 
grabbed the microphone and protested 
that Beyonce should have won the 
award. West's upstaging of Swift was 
met with boos. When Beyonce won 
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Apple once again created buzz with its latest product 
roll-out, this time releasing its version of a tablet computer 
with the iPad. Essentially functioning the same as an 
iPod Touch, the iPad primarily allowed users to access 
the internet, watch video and listen to audio. 

SNOWED IN Y 

Two massive blizzards hit several major cities in 
the eastern U.S. in early February, closing schools 
and shutting down businesses for days. Baltimore, 
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Violence between rival drug cartels in Mexico continued to cause problems through- 
out the country and along the border with the United States. The Mexican government 
deployed thousands of soldiers in many cities to crack down, while the U.S. even began 
talk of offering the help of the National Guard. 






DEALING WITH AUTISM A 

Parents and doctors continued coming to grips with the apparent rise 
of autism cases among children. Various studies continued to search 
for causes, while medical professionals kept scrambling for cures and 
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Olympic swimming legend Michael Phelps returned to the pool at the 2009 
I World Championships in Rome and won five more gold medals. After finishing 
second in the 200-meter freestyle, his first race loss in four years, Phelps responded 
by being part of setting four individual and relay world records. 

A WHOLE NEW, 3-D WORLD Y 

Futuristic, sci-fi thriller Avatar easily became the biggest box office hit of the year, 
and one of the biggest hits of all-time, mostly due to what audiences considered 
breathtaking visuals. Using new, advanced 3-D technology, the movie was in 
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American Idol continued to be a TV hit, even with 
a new judge. Paula Abdul left the show after eight 
years and was replaced by Ellen DeGeneres. 
Simon Cowell announced he was also leaving 
the show at the end of season nine. 

NEW LINE OF DEFENSE < 
The U.S. revisited plans to deploy a missile 
defense shield to protect Europe, specifically 
due to rising concerns about Iran's nuclear 
capabilities. Romania was selected as the 
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The golf world could never slow down Tiger Woods, 
but the planet's most famous athlete saw his career 
come to a halt after he was involved in a car accident 
outside his home the day after Thanksgiving. When 
media looking into the story discovered that Woods 
had been unfaithful to his wife for years, the golfer 
took an indefinite leave from the sport to regroup 
and refocus his life. 

MASSIVE TOYOTA RECALL Y 

Various problems involving floor mats, accelerators 
and brakes led Toyota to recall more than eight 
million cars worldwide. Congress held hearings to 
determine the severity of the Toyota issues, and the 
recall took an economic toll on the company. 




OLD, OLD BONES A 

Scientists determined that fossils found in Ethiopia were an 
estimated 4.4 million years old and from the skeleton of a 
4-foot female human-like species. Nicknamed "Ardi" by 
the team, the discovery was considered the oldest possible 
evidence of a human ancestor. 

CIVIL DISAGREEMENT > 

The U.S. Justice Department decided to try five suspected 9/1 1 
terrorists in civilian court in New York City, a move opposed by 
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While many in the scientific community continued to warn of the 
increasing harmful effects of global warming, skeptics continued to 
debate the cause and/or severity of the problem. The United Nations 
held a week-long conference in Copenhagen specifically to deal with 
climate change issues. 

PROBLEMS IN PAKISTAN Y 

While the U.S. military continued to be preoccupied in Afghanistan, 
the situation wasn't much better in neighboring Pakistan. The Taliban 
began to see a resurgence of strength and popularity in the country, as 
they continued a guerrilla war against the Pakistani government. 




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Pop star Lady Gaga won multiple honors at the MTV Music Video 
Awards, including Best New Artist. Known for her wild outfits and 
elaborate dance numbers, Lady Gaga continued to score multiple top 1 
hits with her second album, "The Fame Monster." 

TRY A PET PIG < 

Tiny "teacup" pigs were the latest pet craze. They typically never grow to 
more than about 60-65 pounds. Various celebrities began keeping the little 
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The Hurt Locker, an independent film about a bomb disposal unit of 
soldiers serving in the Iraq War, earned nine Oscar nominations, including 
Best Picture. The nominations put the small-budget war drama up against 
big-budget 3-D spectacle Avatar, which also scored nine nominations. 

HEALTH CARE DEBATE V 

Americans loudly voiced their opinions about health care reform. During Congress' 
August recess, people shouted down their congressmen at town hall meetings. 
Cost was a hot button, with reform bills in Congress ranging from $848 billion to 
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Kobe Bryant led the Los Angeles Lakers to the 2009 NBA Finals for the 30th 
time, the most of any franchise in history, and the Lakers defeated Orlando for 
their 15th championship. Then, in the new season, L.A. became the first NBA 
team to win 3,000 games with a regular season win against Dallas. 



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Scottish woman Susan Boyle became an international celebrity when she 
appeared on the TV show Britain's Got Talent and sang a powerful version of 
the song "I Dreamed a Dream" that shocked the judges and the audience. The 
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The world of Hollywood lost a couple of 
legends to battles with cancer. Patrick 
Swayze, remembered by many as a 1980s 
heartthrob and action star, died of pancreatic 
cancer. Farrah Fawcett, one of the original 
Charlie's Angels from the 1 970s, died after a 
long battle with cancer. 



STILL GOING STRONG A 

Brett Favre decided on one more comeback, this time with the team 
who was his hated rival for years - the Minnesota Vikings. The 40-year 
old Favre surprised critics by turning in one of the best seasons of his 
career, leading Minnesota all the way to the NFC Championship Game. 

PRESTIGIOUS AWARD A 

President Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. The 
Norwegian Nobel Committee said it honored Obama because of his 
work to build ties between nations and people. The announcement 
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The New Orleans Saints defeated the 
Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, to win Super 
Bowl XLIV. It was the first championship in 
team history. Quarterback Drew Brees was 
named MVP after he tied the record for most 
pass completions in the game with 32. The win 
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Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy, 77, died 
from a cancerous brain tumor. The youngest 
brother of President John Kennedy and Sen. 
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the "Lion of the Senate," helping to pass laws 
such as the Civil Rights Act, Americans with 
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Two Northwest Airlines pilots lost their licenses after flying past their stop 
at the Minneapolis airport. At first, it was feared the plane was hijacked, 
as air traffic control could not make radio contact. But Captain Timothy 
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Michael Jackson, considered one of the most 
influential and famous entertainers, collapsed in his 
home and later died from an overdose of prescription 
medicine. Jackson's death led to much reflection and 
debate about his eccentric life. 

COUNTING HEADS -< 

Counting of the U.S. population began in March 
2010 when census forms were mailed. From 
April through July, census takers followed up on 
unreturned forms and searched for uncounted 
people. There was a push to ensure that African- 
Americans were counted correctly. The census 
determines congressional districts and where to 
spend federal funds. 




LATE NIGHT BATTLES A 

NBC took a gamble by moving The Tonight Show host Jay Leno to 
a show in primetime, and replacing him with Conan O'Brien. Both 
new shows failed in the ratings, forcing the network to move Leno 
back to late night, give O'Brien the boot and angering the fans of 
both comedians. 

A MOVE FOR DANICA A 

Successful IndyCar driver Danica Patrick made a highly publicized 
jump to NASCAR, running a part-time schedule on the Nationwide 
Series in order to gain stock car experience. 

ROLL TIDE! < 

Alabama won college football's BCS national championship game, 
37-21 , over Texas. The Crimson Tide were led by 1 1 6 yards rushing 
from Heisman Trophy winning running back Mark Ingram. The game 
turned early when Texas quarterback Colt McCoy was knocked out 
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Connecticut became the first women's 
college basketball team to finish a season 
undefeated and go an entire year win- 
ning every game by at least 10 points. 
The winning streak continued into 201 0, 
reaching 66 games by late February. 

ONLINE SHOPPING TAKES OVER ► 

In yet another sign that the future of 
retail was online, holiday sales on 
Cyber Monday after Thanksgiving were 
up 14%, even generating more than the 
traditional Black Friday shopping day. At 
its peak, the online shoppers on Cyber 
Monday reached 4 million per minute. 





UP, UP AND AWAY A 

The movie Up was a huge hit with audiences and critics. 
The emotional, adventure tale of a grumpy old man and a 
boy who fly to South America in a floating house earned 
several awards, including a Best Picture Oscar nomination. 







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skater Apolo Anton Ohno became the 
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Skier Lindsey Vonn won the gold medal for the U.S. in the 
women's downhill, even while racing on a painful bruised 
shin injury. Vonn was the first American woman to ever 
win the Olympic downhill event. 

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American figure skater Evan Lysacek pulled off one of 
the surprises of the Games by knocking off defending 
Olympic champion, Russian Evgeni Plushenko, in the 
men's singles competition. Lysacek became the first U.S. 
male to win Olympic gold in figure skating since 1988. 

LIGHTER THAN AIR < 

Snowboarder Shaun White soared over the competition 
and defended his Olympic crown in the halfpipe. White's 
score of 48.4 for his last run in the finals was a new 
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Many theaters sold out two months in advance 
when New Moon, the second movie in the Twilight 
series, made it to the big screen. The romantic tale 
of Bella Swan and her vampire boyfriend Edward 
Cullen was a huge hit with the teen audience. 

FIERCE SUCCESS FOR BEYONCE Y. 

Beyonce Knowles won six Grammy awards for her 
album I Am. . . Sasha Fierce. The song "Single Ladies 
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As one of his first prominent acts, President Barack Obama 
lifted President George W. Bush's ban on the use of federal 
funds for medical stem cell research. Laws on the books still 
prevent scientists from creating new embryonic stem cells for 
research, but the renewed funding allowed them to once again 
study hundreds of stem cell lines already in existence. 

TROUBLING CONFESSION A 

Eight years after his retirement, former home run king Mark 
McGwire became the latest baseball superstar to admit to steroid 
use during his playing days. Long suspected, McGwire finally 
admitted to using the banned substances in the 1990s after he 
accepted a job as the hitting coach of the St. Louis Cardinals. 

A RECORD JUMP >- 

X-Games motocross gold medalist and race car driver Travis 
Pastrana provided the nation with some unique New Year's Eve 
entertainment when he set a new world record by completing a 269- 
foot ramp-to-ramp jump with his car at the Long Beach pier. 

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